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President Uhuru Kenyatta Picture Worth a Thousand Words

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and young girl pictures. President Uhuru Kenyatta and young girl pictures.

"A picture is worth a thousand words" is a statement often used to refer to a picture that can explain something or leave many perplexed with wonder. The two pictures taken as President Uhuru Kenyatta shakes a young girl's hand and serious looks to her and places his left hand on the girl's chin, and then his right hand on the girl's chin in the next picture is worth a thousand words.

Analysts of pictures could tell and write even one thousand words for the picture as they try to answer the questions. What was the president at that particular moment thinking? Why did this young girl get the President deep in thought that his face became serious? Was the president encouraging the young girl to say something with confidence that he placed his left hand on her chin? Why would the President then move his right hand to the girl's chin?  

The picture shows President Uhuru Kenyatta as a man who deeply cares for the young. It also shows his human side that he could be fascinated by a child. Eddah Wambui commenting about the picture writes, “That kasmall girl must remind the president of someone! She pleased him. I hope she tapped into the anointing of a king!”

Nyakanini Mathangani commenting on the picture writes, “Uhuru makes you feel like he's a personal friend.” And Smooth Dee comment is, “This girl is respectful, look where her left arm is.” All these words coming from just looking at a picture.

The picture could also be looked from a different angle. Was the young girl child trying to communicate something to the most powerful person in Kenya through her look and President Uhuru Kenyatta spellbond is trying to figure out that he holds her chin and looks deeply into her eyes? 

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