President Uhuru Kenyatta is with no doubt a man of many talents has severally proved in a number of occasions.
On Wednesday the President treated his audience with some brilliant Karate moves during a flagging off ceremony of the Tong-il Moo-Do Kenya national team that will be representing the country at the 2019 World Martial Arts Mastership in South Korea.
Tong-IL Moo-Doo is a unique Korean martial arts sport.
In a viral video, the Head of State is seen in his Tong-il Moo-Do attire in the midst of the long-il Moo-Do team taking part in the well-choreographed moves.
It is in the same event that he was awarded an 8th-degree honorary Black Belt award from the World Tong-il Moo-Do Federation and also received the national flag and trophies from the Morans & Malkia Strikers.
Uhuru assured the country that his administration is keen on harnessing and nurturing sporting talents among young Kenyans as mechanisms were being put in place and identified early enough.
“We do not just want to cultivate talents at the national but also at the grassroots level,” the President said.
Here is the video;
The video has elicited mixed reactions on social media.
I like there move #big up guys for good job your doing
— Chakah Nache (@NacheChakah) August 22, 2019
When you see a president inviting sports people in statehouse rather than visiting them in stadiums, then know he is a clueless failed president. Jubilee government is a scam. Where are the stadiums?
— Mulati Pepela (@pepelamulati) August 21, 2019
We are used to re/assurances. Fake promises. Empty rhetoric. PR
— kim (@kimkim1769) August 22, 2019
7 yrs upto now,that’s a fat lie the government has no agenda for youths
— The Politician (@baxter_real) August 22, 2019
When will these ‘mechanisms’ ever work in Kenya?
— Sylvestre Yonga (@OtienoYonga) August 22, 2019