It was a glamorous Tuesday night in Kenya as President Zuma stole the show in a state banquet held in his honour in the East African country.
No doubt, Zuma really made good use of his expensive shoes at the state banquet, organised by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta as part of his state visit.
Apart from President Jacob Zuma and Uhuru, other notable guests at the irresistible state dinner were Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Defence Raychelle Omamo, SA diplomat Selly Ramokgopa, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane among others.
Taking the dance floor, the group enjoyed and danced to the famous Ee Mwoyo song and Brenda fassie’s Nakupenda. Kenyatta was the first person to get his groove on with SA’s Maite Nkoana-Mashabane before honourable Zuma eventually stole the show with SA diplomat Selly Ramokgopa.
President Zuma arrived in Nairobi, Kenya on Monday for a three-day state visit. So far, issues discussed at the visit include the submission of Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed for the post of chairperson of the African Union Commission, the reopening of the South African market to avocados from Kenya among others.
Nevertheless, many believe that Zuma’s visit to Kenya is meaningless and irrelevant, considering the fact that he left the country in disarray.
South Africa is currently on pins and needles following an intensified crisis at the country’s universities. The protesters have continued to burn down buildings and vehicles at various universities.
Similarly, the Rand as at yesterday slumped drastically, losing three percent of its value against the dollar, shortly after NPA head Shaun Abrahams announced Gordhan was being summonsed to appear in court next month.
Now take a look at Zuma’s wonderful moves on the dance floor.