Kagame hosts talented young acro-dancer, Wendy Waeni
Many people wish to meet President of Rwanda Paul Kagame but dreams come untrue as the Head of state with numerous heavy duties can’t find spare time to meet individuals.
However, Wendy Waeni, a 11 year-old Kenyan acrobat and dancer was the luckiest young girl to be hosted by President Paul Kagame.
As photos posted on social media evidenced, Wendy Waeni Saturday visited President Kagame and did luncheon together at the presidential palace, Village Urugwiro sits in the Rwanda’s capital, Kigali.
She aspired to visit Rwanda’s President whom she considers him an Africa role model leader with political acumen to inspire current and next heads of state to turn millions’ lives of Africa’s people for better.
Mesmerized by the President Kagame’s humble act, various people took to social media to air their viewpoints to this effect.
One social media fan named Elias Mutua noted, “For sure, President Paul Kagame, you are a man of the people.”
“Normally tell you that Kenyans need you as East African president, seek for me a job in Rwanda, I am a Kenyan…proud of you,” Jeremiah Kosgei said.
Rwanda’s national, Denis Kiiza, added, “Good leaders move down to hear the unheard may the Good Lord continue to protect our president.”
Wendy Waeni started practicing acrobatics at tender age of 4 years old and got chance to show off her talent in presence of several heads of state such as Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta; Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President of Uganda, David Cameron of UK to name a few.
Speaking to Citizen, Kenyan television channel, she said he felt very happy to meet President Paul Kagame in 2014 when she met him during a state luncheon hosted by Uhuru Kenyatta to celebrate Jamhuri day.