Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta made a public appearance at a church service and fundraising event hosted by the Full Gospel Churches of Kenya in Mwingi Township on Sunday.
The event aimed to support the completion of the church’s ultramodern house of worship, attracting political figures like Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Machakos Governor Wavinya Ndeti, Wycliffe Oparanya, Eugene Wamalwa, and several MPs MCAs.
The occasion marked Uhuru Kenyatta’s return to the public eye after months of maintaining a low profile following the end of his presidential term in September 2022.
The former head of state, accompanied by political dignitaries, arrived at the event in a helicopter and received a warm welcome from the locals.
Eagle-eyed observers couldn’t help but notice some changes in Uhuru Kenyatta’s physical appearance, indicating signs of aging.
Notably, his hair showed evidence of greying, a departure from his previous public image.
In contrast to Kalonzo Musyoka, who may be older than him, Uhuru didn’t shy away from displaying his greying hair in public.
The fundraising event garnered attention not only for its political significance but also for the curiosity surrounding Uhuru’s evolving appearance.
Despite taking a political back seat, the former president remains a prominent figure, and his public appearances continue to captivate Kenyans.
As the fundraising efforts progress, the focus extends beyond political support to the completion of the church’s state-of-the-art worship facility.
Uhuru Kenyatta’s presence at the event underscores the importance of community engagement and collaboration in initiatives aimed at enhancing local infrastructure and communal spaces.