If laughter is indeed the best medicine, it’s safe to say president Uhuru Kenyatta is overdosing on the good stuff. There’s never a dull moment with the son of the nations’ founding father.
He has been whipping up meme after meme as well as some rib-cracking moments while on official duty.
On Wednesday, the Head of State shared a light moment after sending a secret note to Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi, when he was hosting various heads of government parastatals in the energy sector.
Despite the contents of the note being secret, the reaction by the Baringo Senator made it clear that Uhuru wrote something hilarious.
Gideon couldn’t contain himself as he laughed until tears rolled down his cheeks. Uhuru, on the other side, looked at him cheekily while giggling.
The video excited a lot of Kenyans online.
“When you grow older and you don’t lose this puerile nature, then you know you are living. I’ve watched this on repeat,” Millie Belucci tweeted.
“Gideon opens paper…Reads…“Wamlambez” Smiles Sheepishly,” a user tweeted.
Before Kenyans could even finish consuming that joke, Uhuru was at it again.
During the burial of the late Rahab Wambui Muhuni, Peter Kenneth’s mother, Deputy President William Ruto whispered something on the president’s ear and his facial expression was priceless.
He quickly covered his mouth using his hand as he looked over his shoulder, leaving Kenyans wondering what the DP had told him.
Netizens, yet again, took to Twitter to comment about the president’s reaction.
Uhuru: Huh! Tuko kwa mazishi,” a netizen, Kimemia, commented as he laughed heartily.
“There is someone in attendance behind that the president did not expect probably…,” Mohammed weighed in.
“Goofiest president ever,” Padrino noted.
In yet another incident when the president met West Pokot Governor, John Lunyangapuo, he imitated a remark he had made when he described a local politician as “Kijana mfupi round” meaning a short person with a round figure.
The president met the governor during a visit to former President Daniel Moi’s Kabarak home, to deliver his condolence message following the death of Jonathan Moi.
The video shows Uhuru repeating Lonyangapuo’s statement as he gestures to illustrate a protruding belly.
The two then burst into laughter and proceeded to shake hands.
In May, the president was captured again making a funny face, when he was launching a dialogue forum between Kenya Private Sector Alliance and European Union Business Council (EU-KEPSA forum) at State House.
The president, who was seated next to the DP, appeared to be making the face at someone seated on the opposite side.
Below is a compilation of Uhuru’s comical moments;