President Uhuru Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday stunned Kenyans as he unexpectedly attended an airstrip hosted by security forces at the Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi.
The national leader was accompanied by Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali, where they enjoyed a spectacular air show from the KDF officials in collaboration with the Aero Club.
The aerospace event, organized by KDF in partnership with Aeroclub, was in preparation for the official opening of the Uhuru Gardens.
At the Uhuru Gardens, President Kenyatta and his guest, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, inspected the ongoing construction of the state-of-the-art park before officially opening it.
Thousands of Kenyans attended the spectacular display where the air force showed off their skills and incomparable skills.
Among those who took part in the exhibition were KAF Turcanos aircraft, Mark Henman MX2; Green Eagles Skydive; and Skytruck flypast.