- President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Naivasha on Sunday, June 27, for the closing ceremony of the WRC Safari Rally
- Uhuru arrived in the company of Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed
- The president will also preside over the presentation of prizes to the winners of the 2021 WRC Safari Rally
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has arrived in Naivasha for the final day of the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally.
The WRC Safari Rally kicked off on Thursday, June 24, and will be coming to end later today, Sunday, June 27.
A statement from state house showed that Uhuru arrived at the Hells Gate WRC Circuit in Naivasha to witness the power stage finish of the 2021 Safari Rally together with Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed.
“The head of state will also preside over the presentation of prizes to the winners of the 2021 WRC Safari Rally at the Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI),” the statement indicated.
In several other pictures shared on social media, the president was spotted sharing light moments with Kenyans who were also in Vasha for the high profile event.
Similarly, Baringo senator Gideon Moi, the youngest son of late retired president Daniel Arap Moi attended the event with his wife former model Zahra.
The two who have been together for over 15 years were all smiles as they watched the ongoing safari rally spectacle.
The excited senator shared a photo posing next to his wife and captioned it:
“The return of WRC Safari Rally in the country is a relief to motorsport enthusiasts. It is an opportunity to showcase our beauty as a country while promoting local economies.”
Many other leaders also shared pictures of themselves enjoying the WRC.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga, Wiper’s Kalonzo Musyoka, Amani National Congress Musalia Mudavadi were some of the politicians that were seen in Naivasha.
Sale of mukombero
In a separate story, TUKO.co.ke reported about Wafula who travelled all the way from Eldoret hoping to make a killing from the sale of mukombero, a yellowish root believed to have a medicinal value that helps improve a man’s libido.
An excited Wafula, who had his products both in the roots and powdered form, said his clients at the WRC were impressed with the mukombero because it was “working”.
He said his customers were both men and women adding that even the foreigners were also intrigued by his product.
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