Barack Obama shows off his dance moves while visiting Kenya
Former U.S. President Barack Obama showed off his dancing skills when he visited his father’s native country, Kenya.
The video clip of his performance was shared on Twitter by NTV Kenya on July 16, 2018.
Former US president Barack Obama demonstrated his cool dance moves to traditional music while on his visit to a youth center from his half-sister Auma Obama's Sauti Kuu Foundation in Kenya. His grandmother Sarah, 96, was also a part of the fun.
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Obama was on a two-day trip to his father's country Kenya. He was visiting the country for the first since his term as the US President ended. His last visit to Kenya was in the year 2015.
However, it was not like Obama was the only one who was getting letting his hair down. Former first lady, Michelle Obama, who was attending JAY-Z's On the Run II concert in Paris, was spotted having a dance party of her own.
The former First Lady was seen dancing her heart out at the amazing World Cup watch party after the French Football team won the FIFA World Cup 2018. A fan filmed Obama, 54, and Tina Knowles Lawson, Beyonce's mother, moving and clapping as Jay-Z performed.
During his visit to Kenya, the former president also gave an emotional speech about the first visit he made to Kenya when he was 27 years old, nearly 30 years ago. He also mentioned meeting the then President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta.
The next day, Obama arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he delivered a moving and encouraging speech at the Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture. He gave an address in honor of Nelson Mandela, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday on July 18.
His message in the speech was moving, different from the meeting President Trump had with Vladimir Putin, which was criticized for the current President supporting Russia concerning interference in the 2016 election.
In his speech, Barack Obama condemned “strongman politics” and “politics of fear, resentment, retrenchment,” which he mentioned were springing up in the present times.
Apart from delivering the speech at Johannesburg, he spent some time dancing there as well. He danced with Graca Machel, Mandela's widow, and the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa during a performance by Thandiswa Mazwai.