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Kenya: Italian PM Matteo Renzi take President Uhuru “Security starts with Uhuru”

Nairobi (HAN) July 17, 2015 – Real-time national security updates. Italian Prime Minister, Humiliated while he “Wears Bullet Proof Vest to State House”. According to Kenyan Diplomat, “I’m lost for words”, Italian Prime Minister wears bulletproof vest as he visits Kenya’s State House to meet with President Kenyatta.

Could Kenya be the next Somalia? Within foreign policy circles, it’s become one of the most frequently posed questions of the European External Action Group. And according to many, security Think Thanks, the answer is a resounding “Yes.”

Did Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi take President Uhuru Kenyatta’s message that “security starts with you” seriously?

Well, looks like he did.

President Kenyatta could have suffered the ultimate embarrassment following reports that the PM went to State House wearing
a bullet proof vest.

A picture doing rounds on social media shows what looks like corner-shaped outfit underneath the PM’s slim fit Italiain suit.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was shaking hands with State House staff as President Kenyatta looks on.

The Prime Minister Matteo Renzi later showed up at the University of Nairobi for a public lecture where he is also seen with the same outfit.

The Nairobi News could not independently authenticate if the PM wore the bullet proof vest to State House, a place that is
presumed to be the most protected in Kenya.

Both State House and the Italian embassy were unavailable for comments.

Kenya has from time to time suffered terrorist attacks staged by Somalia-based Al Shabaab militants.


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