Published: Sat, October 06, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Melania Trump leaves Kenya for Egypt

Melania Trump leaves Kenya for Egypt

US First Lady Melania Trump on Friday had a short-lived adrenaline moment while visiting an elephant orphanage at David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

NAIROBI, Kenya - Melania Trump briefly lost her footing when a baby elephant startled her with a sudden move, but the first lady was anything but out of step when children at an orphanage welcomed her to their home with African song and dance.

Soon after touch down at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA), Mrs Trump visited one of the primary schools, Chipala at Area 25, then she drove straight to State house-Kamuzu Palace.

Mrs Trump is promoting her "Be Best" campaign, which seeks to improve the lives of children. She also read a story to the children and received a story reading in return. We think her visit will make a different on her husband decision of cutting Aid to African on reproduction health, HIV/AIDS among others.

Melania was photographed holding the ear of an elephant and she looked at it keenly.

Mrs. Trump arrived at The Nest orphanage on Friday after helping feed baby elephants, still clad in the riding trousers and tall brown boots she had worn on a safari. First Lady Margaret Kenyatta will also be in attendance. The people love her, and she loves them!

Past year he appeared to refer to a non-existent country called "Nambia" in a speech to ambassadors from the continent.

Her husband on Thursday tweeted: "Our country's great First Lady, Melania, is doing really well in Africa".

She also saw a site of an ivory burn that's meant to discourage poachers.

President of the United States of America (USA) Donald Trump, says Africans love his wife, Melania Trump, and that is a "beautiful thing to see".

Earlier, when Ms Trump landed in Malawi, she was greeted with "Not A Shithole" signs.

After the elephant feeding, she added the pith helmet to her outfit, and social media began to light up.

Egypt will be her final stop on the four-nation tour to highlight child welfare, education and tourism and conservation.

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