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Uhuru hangs out with businessman Eddie Ndichu at NBA game

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta made a rare appearance in the USA, captured in a viral photo attending a basketball game where he encountered Kenyan businessman Eddie Ndichu.

The image shows Kenyatta, clad in a black jacket and green baseball cap.

He was sharing a moment with Ndichu, who wore a brown puff jacket with “Celtics” emblazoned on it, at the TD Garden arena in Boston, Massachusetts, during the Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat playoff game.

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Ndichu shared the snapshot on his Instagram stories, expressing excitement at the unexpected encounter with the caption:

“Fancy meeting at the playoffs.”

The Boston Celtics faced off against the Miami Heat in playoff matches on April 21 and 24 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Tickets for Heat-Celtics games averaged $142. Prices for Boston Celtics-Miami Heat games can fluctuate based on various factors.

Playoff games typically command higher prices compared to preseason or Summer League matches.

The Celtics play their home games at TD Garden in Boston, MA, while the Heat host their games at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL.

Here are some reactions from Kenyans online:

Samko Autos: “This man lived my dreams.”

myrahrash: “He ran this country during a pandemic, imagine, and still we managed; the dollar never reached 160.”

frediepats: “When I retire (if God allows me), I want to enjoy it like this.”

doc_kristin: “Wueh, now this is the life. Retirement is kujibamba.”

am_mordecai: “Coolest president we’ve ever had.”

leongaira: “If this is punishment, where do I sign up?”

ranks_robert: “Good for him to enjoy the fruits of his labor… He was the best president ever, but the constitution that Kenyans voted for betrayed everything!!”