Former president, Uhuru Kenyatta, was caught on camera driving a grey pickup around a safari terrain.
Uhuru was in the company of other unknown individuals when he came across a group of bikers who sought his audience.
Kenya’s 4th president stopped the vehicle to engage the bikers in a conversation in the video that surfaced on Friday, October 21.
“How are you? You travel all around Kenya with your bike?
“I hope you are having a good time,” Uhuru stated in his usual happy demeanour while shaking their hands.
The riders confirmed the ex-head of state’s wish, stating that they were enjoying the tour of Kenya. They also urged him to spare some time and travel with them.
“I will come and join you,” Uhuru replied before an aide stepped in to block the riders from getting too close to his window.
From the terrain, it appeared that the video was taken around a game reserve as a safari vehicle was captured next to Uhuru’s pickup.
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta seems to be doing retirement correctly, minding his business and driving himself around. "I will join you soon," pic.twitter.com/gZolvrg3TQ
— James Smart (@jamessmat) October 21, 2022
Notably, the Azimio La Umoja council chairman has been spending time in Narok county since his exit from office.
Reports indicated that the former head of state bought a 1000 acre of land in Oloolmongi, near the Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
He was said to be planning to build a multi-million tourist lodge near his ranch.
This was the first time the 4th President was captured driving himself after handing over to his successor, William Ruto, on September 13, 2022.