United States (US) President Donald Trump has announced plans to visit Kenya, in what comes as an unprecedented move considering his presumed dislike for Africa.
The plans were conveyed by White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, during the weekly press briefing on Friday.
Mr Spicer divulged that the US President intended to follow up on the calls he recently made to African leaders with a personal visit.
A section of US citizens has conveyed disdain on the unwarranted and abrupt decision made by the President. They have condemned it as the highest form of misappropriation of state funds witnessed since Nixon's Watergate Scandal.
A senior State House official confirmed the account as true and affirmed that the President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"This is not fake news. We have received formal communication from the United States Government and we are now working on the nitty gritty's of the visit," he disclosed
It was, however, not revealed when the US President will be touring Kenya since this is an April Fool's Day prank. Happy Fool's Day!
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