British PM Theresa May Shakes A Leg Again; Sets The Internet On Fire

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Netizens have found their 'Dancing Queen' in British PM Theresa May

Written By Gunjan Kalati | Mumbai | Updated On:

British Prime Minister Theresa May recently made the headlines after flaunting her dancing skills in Cape Town, South Africa. The British PM’s video soon went viral on social media resulting in trolling. As if one clip was not enough to create havoc on Twitter, the PM gave another go at dancing in Kenya. During her visit to a United Nations campus in Nairobi, Kenya the leader shook a leg among a group of Kenyan scouts. The peppy beats coupled with May’s attempt at breaking the dancefloor gave Twitter a brand new target. From remixing ‘Baby Shark’, the current sensation on the internet, to other tracks to match with her steps - netizens have truly explored their creativity.

The PM is seen imitating the Kenyan scouts and her boogie moment has gone viral.

Theresa May, who is the first UK Prime Minister to visit Africa in five years, reportedly seeks to boost economic ties with the resource-rich continent ahead of Brexit. As a former British colony, Kenya remains the strong ally of the UK in East Africa. While speaking to reporters after meeting with the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, the PM said,

“I want to ensure that the UK’s relationship with Kenya and with Africa is more and more about private investment, about doing business and making the most of commercial opportunities together”.

Britain is currently Kenya’s largest foreign investor.

Kenyatta took to Twitter on Friday to share stills with British PM Theresa May emphasising a push in diplomatic ties between two countries.

Moreover, the British military has run a training camp for Kenyan troops for years. As per a report in Associated Press, the British PM stated that the UK has signed a new deal with Kenya to combat widespread corruption and seeks to return stolen money hidden in British banks. This money will reportedly be invested in projects to boost developments.

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