[PHOTO] State House Unveils President Uhuru Kenyatta's Official Portrait

State House, Nairobi has unveiled the official portrait of President Uhuru Kenyatta, who was sworn into office yesterday as the fourth Kenyan president.

Find the portrait below…

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francis kiige nderitu

i wish my president all the best and Gods favour upon him.

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James Mwangi

I also wish my president all the best in this formation of a new government and may the LORD give him strength and Wisdom to rule the country.

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