• "I think he would manage to be a good TikToker in terms of dancing," a Twitter user by the name Shabra said.
• Gachagua said he was glad to have joined runners, including children to participate in the Heart to Heart Run in Nairobi.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris have excited Kenyans with their dance moves.
The two leaders joined other Kenyans for the Karen Hospital Heart to Heart Run on Saturday.
Dressed in red tops, black trousers, and sporty shoes, the two were all along smiling and enjoying the dance.
Dancing to the famous 'Kuna kuna' song, the DP was seen following the lead dancers while moving sideways and turning around. Passaris followed suit with the same dance moves.
"I think he would manage to be a good tick toker in terms of dancing," a Twitter user by the name of Shabra said.
"The DP's dance moves have improved," another one said. Lang'ata MP Phelix Odiwuor alias Jalang'o was also part of the dancing.
Gachagua said he was glad to have joined runners, including children to participate in the Heart to Heart Run in Nairobi.
"The Karen Hospital Heart to Heart Run has, for the last 30 years, become a symbol of compassion, resilience, and hope for children and families affected by congenital and rheumatic heart diseases," he said.
The DP also challenged other hospitals and medical stakeholders to emulate the initiative, which in the long run, will complement the Government’s efforts of providing quality healthcare to our people.
"As we celebrate its 30th Anniversary, we recognise that hope has been restored to the over 400 beneficiaries and their families through this noble cause. The Hospital has led by example."
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