Published: Fri, October 05, 2018
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Africans love US Great First Lady

Africans love US Great First Lady

US First Lady Melania Trump is on Thursday evening expected to land in Nairobi for a two-day visit to the country.

She will finally wrap-up her four-nation tour in Egypt and Malawi. After recovering her confidence she approached again to give a young orphan a lengthy pat, apparently absorbed by the texture of its ear.

Mrs Trump's visit to Kenya follows a discussion she held with Mrs Kenyatta at the White House in Washington, DC in August this year when the Kenyan First Lady accompanied President Uhuru Kenyatta on his visit.

The US First Lady then visited Chipala Primary in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe.

A group of children is also listed to entertain her on Friday.

However, Phiri said the protesters could have done better, observing that the timing of their actions did not tally with the work the U.S. first lady came to do in the country. The school is a beneficiary of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) National Reading Program.

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Many past American first ladies have also made trips to the African continent, including Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton.

Also at the airport to receive the us first lady was the us ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec.

Melania landed at Jomo Kenyatta worldwide airport at around 9pm on her first visit to Kenya and was received by first lady margaret kenyatta. "We want his wife to see it that Africans needs global aid particular on reproductive health which Trump cut which is affecting women and young girls negatively", says Racheal working in health sector in Malawi.

The White House is donating "Be Best"-themed school supplies, including totes, chalk for teachers, and soccer balls".

Kenya is the third stop on her Africa tour, which began Tuesday in Ghana and continued in Malawi on Thursday.

CNN White House reporter, Kate Bennett, tweeted: "I have covered @FLOTUS [Melania Trump] for nearly two years and have never seen her smile and laugh more than she is now with these baby elephants".

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