Always count on the energetic tech-savvy Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to spice up public events.
Kenyatta and his wife Margaret on Tuesday received the Israel Prime Minister at State House Nairobi for a state visit.
Earlier, roads around Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempinski were closed as PM Netanyahu arrived in Kenya, his second stop on his four-day four-nation Africa tour.
The PM is reportedly staying at the five-star hotel located in the upscale Wetlands area.
“Receiving the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, at the start of his three-day State Visit in the country,” Kenyatta said while sharing pictures of himself hugging the PM.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu and I lead our delegations in bilateral discussions revolving around security, trade, agriculture and economic co-operation,” he added.
In the pictures, Kenyatta seems to be competing with Netanyahu in the best gestures, postures and walking styles.
While inside State House, Kenyatta and Netanyahu are seen crossing their left legs in a stylish fashion.
The next picture shows the two leaders trying out their signature finger-flashing as they deliberate.
The next picture shows the leaders try out a unique walking style.
On a serious note, Netanyahu yesterday affirmed Israel’s commitment to share its experience on health, technology, agriculture and water resource management with Africa during the Regional Summit on Counter-Terrorism in Entebbe.
Netanyahu will jet into Rwanda after his Kenyan visit and will conclude the tour in Ethiopia.