PHOTO: Kenyans photoshop Rigathi Gachagua hiding behind the curtain and window as King Charles III and Queen Camilla visit Kenya KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, October 31, 2023

PHOTO: Kenyans photoshop Rigathi Gachagua hiding behind the curtain and window as King Charles III and Queen Camilla visit Kenya

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kenyans have photoshopped Rigathi Gachagua (Riggy G) hiding behind curtains and window as King Charles III and Queen Camilla visit Kenya 



The forum aimed to strengthen relations between the European Union (EU) and its partners, Kenya included.

“The Deputy President has completed his very fruitful and successful visit to Belgium and Germany where he inked key deals, especially on coffee,” a statement from the DP office reads.

In Brussels, Belgium, Gachagua signed a deal with Java Coffee Company that will see the company purchase over 700,000kgs of coffee from smallholder farmers, in particular women.

Reactions below:

Michael: Why would someone photoshop Riggy G like that with President William Ruto, Rachael Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, King Charles III and Queen Camilla at State House like that? Whoever photoshoped Rigg G like that needs to be stopped and arrested immediately!
This is Totally Unacceptable.

Inid: Why would someone photoshop Riggy G at that spot.
Let's have respect for elders and leaders please.

Although the four-day trip has been billed as an opportunity to look to the future and build on the cordial modern-day ties between London and Nairobi, the legacy of decades of British colonial rule looms large.

It is the 74-year-old British head of state’s first visit to an African and Commonwealth nation since ascending the throne in September last year on the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Under rainy skies, the royal couple were given a ceremonial red-carpet welcome by Kenyan President William Ruto, who has hailed the visit as a “significant opportunity to enhance collaboration” in various fields.

The British High Commission said the tour, which follows trips to Germany and France earlier this year, will “spotlight the strong and dynamic partnership between the UK and Kenya”.

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