5th October, 2018
United States’ First Lady Melania Trump today completed her tour of the country by visiting an elephant orphanage at the Nairobi National Park in order to champion for Wildlife conservation as part of a four-country tour of Africa.
Melania had a chance of feeding baby elephants at the David Sheldrick wildlife trust before spending her afternoon with the orphaned children of the nest childen’s home in Gigiri. While at Gigiri, Melania led a dance accompanied by the children before reading them a story book as part of her plans to spread a message of hope for the children of the continent through her “be best” campaign.
Melania, who is in her first solo world tour, chose Kenya as one of the countries in Africa she is visiting in her week long foreign affairs trip. From Kenya she heads to Egypt in a journey that has already seen her visit Ghana and Malawi.