A while back, I documented a number of hip and trendy dances Uhuru should try out. The dab and shoki are now off the list.
DIGITAL PRESIDENT! After Failing The Shoki, These Are The FIVE Dances Uhuru Should Learn Before Hitting The Campaign Trail
Now, the president has to clear the rest of the dances like Collo’s Bazo Kizo, Hit the Quan, Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) and Juju on the beat.
He hosted FBI Dancers in State House to shoot a campaign video to get the youth to vote.
The Commander-in-chief did not shy away from learning a few steps to blend in with the veteran dance crew that has represented Kenya in various international dance competitions.
And thus they dabbed.
Uhuru posted on his Facebook, “With Ezra Njagi, Moesha Kibibi, Ramadhan Nyachio, Emmanuel Tumaini, Katabira Denis and Kennedy Mutembei of the FBI Dance Crew. The youth should register in large numbers and vote for leaders who will not be tribal or corrupt; and who will create opportunities for business and employment.”
Check out the photos.
Uhuru said the Kenyan youth have an obligation to register as voters so that they can participate in the upcoming polls.
He added that the present and the future of the country belongs to the youth and they should step up to take an active role.
He urged the youth not to refuse to register because that means that they will have given away their rights.
“Refusing to register to vote is not rebellion. Refusing to register is actually surrendering,” said the President.
President Kenyatta spoke when he met a group of popular artists including Gospel musician Roy Smith Mwatia popularly known as ‘Rufftone’ and Radio Jambo’s top presenter Daniel Githinji Mwangi popularly known as ‘Mbusii’ at State House, Nairobi.
Check out photos of Uhunye hanging out with Rufftone and Mbusii