Estonian president Kersti Kaljulaid has been in Kenya for a state visit of three days. She held bilateral talks with Kenya’s counterpart President Uhuru Kenyatta and had a visit to Kenya’s former Prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga. Kersti Kaljulaid is the fifth President of Estonia from 10th October 2016 and is the first female head of state since Estonia acquired its independence. She was born in 30th December 1969 and is the youngest president among those who have held the position in the country.
Estonia is a country in Northeastern Europe in the northern part of the three Baltic states. It’s capital city is Tallinn with Estonian, some Finish and Swedish and Russian as spoken languages. It has a population of 1,332,000 as of 2021 estimation. Estonia has a Prime minister Kaja Kallas who is also the head of government. Estonia is the first country in the world and EU to adopt electric vehicle network, a framework for charging batteries in the electric vehicles.
Kenyans on social media are shocked after Estonia President seem to being doing things as an ordinary person. She is seen at the airport on her departure journey carrying her luggage with her and some Kenyans have gone ahead to ridicule and compare that to Kenyan leaders. They have even said that the transport in Estonia is free, however, that is not true.
Kenyans on twitter have gone ahead to ridicule that even Kenyan MCAs would be having their personal assistants to carry for them even their phones.