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SAMRACK’S TOP 1 DIASPORA VIDEO 2017:President Uhuru’s Motorcade in Boston,MA
President Uhuru and first lady Margaret Kenyatta were in Boston the September 26 2014 to meet Kenyans living there. The meeting was held at Lowell Auditorium Memorial Hall.
Boston is one of the cities with the highest concentration of Kenyan American citizens in the United States.
Kenyans from all over new England and beyond converged on the Lowell auditorium Friday afternoon to hear Kenyatta speak after his visit to the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly
There was a heavy security presence inside and outside the auditorium, as Lowell police were joined by members of the Kenyan delegation’s security force. Lowell Mayor Rodney Elliott was also in attendance
Uhuru spoke about the Okoa Kenya movement, saying that “Kenya’s constitution is one of the most progressive in the world and those seeking to amend it should first allow its full implementation and spare Kenyans the unnecessary costs and disruption of development.”
It happened that Samrack’s Diaspora video team was waiting right outside the hall with a camera and shot this video of Uhuru’s motorcade making its exit. You can hear in the background a guys with a deep accent requesting him to take a picture with them.
If you look closely at the video the President in response to the call of the photo opportunity almost tripped,but all was well
He yelled on top of his lungs “mtukufu rais.. “Piga pichaa na sisi”
President Kenyatta responded in a Kenya styro ati “nitakuja kwa sababu ya masaa”!
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