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Theresa May draws online puzzles for cumbersome dance movements in Kenya and South Africa



British Prime Minister Theresa May witnessed dance movements in Kenya that caused a lot of mockery in the press and social media.

On a visit to the UN campus in Nairobi on Thursday a video shows the British leader dancing with local boy scouts. The British media quickly ridiculed the movement of politicians, The Guardian referred to their movements as "horribly embarrassing" and Metro sarcastic to them as "our dancing queen". The Telegraph

May may be seen in an apparent attempt to imitate the actions of a male scout in front of her. Her jerky and stiff movements seem to be appreciated by the local crowd, while she seems unaware of her clumsy appearance. [1

94559007]  GettyImages- 1025248356 British Prime Minister Theresa May examines a military guard in the Nairobi state house on 30 August. On a visit to the UN campus in the Kenyan capital on Thursday, the British leader was danced with local Boy Scouts.
YASUYOSHI CHIBA / AFP / Getty Images

Only two days after a similar routine in South Africa, May's lackluster dance skills were criticized. In this "stiff shuffle" performance, as The Guardian refers to, one can see the prime minister stiffening with a group of secondary school students in Cape Town, stiffly moving their hips

May performances in South Africa and Kenya have been criticized by many social media users for their criticism of their dance skills less than friendly.

"Most people dance as bad as Theresa May. Most people know that you are not filmed," joked Twitter user Berkshire Blade.

"Is Theresa May just going from an African country to embarrassing herself next with her dance moves?" Twitter user Devaksha Vallabhjee wrote.

"Just shut it up! My eyes !!!", said a Twitter user with the handle Nzeribe.

However, some jumped into the defense of the Prime Minister.

"People who criticize Theresa May's dance moves are not exactly sexy, graceful Twerking types – at least she's joined rather than aloof," Nara Hodge wrote on Twitter. "Top marks for the effort." I say, "Go, Prime Minister," and drown the wretched critics in bitterness. "

May's visits to Kenya and South Africa were part of an Africa trip marking her first trip to the continent as Prime Minister , In Cape Town on Tuesday, it announced UK plans to boost investment in post-Brexit Africa and provide £ 4 billion ($ 5.2 billion) to support the continent's economy, the BBC said.

The Prime Minister also defended British aid to African nations, which have criticized some in their party. She argued that the money was used to educate millions of Africans and to immunize millions against deadly diseases.


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