President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday joined the citizens of Namibia for the 29th celebration of their independence.
Among the delegation that accompanied the Head of State to the celebrations is Kenya’s first daughter, Ngina Kenyatta.
In a picture that has surfaced online, Ngina is seen standing closely next to her father, the President, at the VIP dais.
Ngina, who is rarely seen at official events, is presumed to have attended the event since her father is the Guest of Honour.
The President was also accompanied by the Cabinet Secretary of Foreign Affairs Monica Juma and other officials.
The celebrations are being held at Windhoek, Namibia.
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Uhuru, arrived in Namibia last evening.
The visit follows on the State Visit of Namibia’s President Hage G. Geingob to Kenya during Mashujaa Day Celebrations in Kakamega County last year, where the Namibian Head of State was the Guest of Honour.
President Kenyatta is scheduled to be in Namibia for the State Visit until his departure on 24 March,2019.
Sharing on the official presidential Twitter page, Namibian Presidency stated: “President Kenyatta will remain in Namibia for the State Visit until his departure on 24 March 2019.”
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