Visiting Lesotho PM written speech disappears at State House function

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There was drama at State House Nairobi after visiting Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane prepared speech disappeared, prompting him to cut short his speech.
Thabane was heard asking his delegation for the speech but none of them seemed to have an idea where it was at that time.
“Where is my paper? It is not there? he could be heard asking before turning to Uhuru saying, “I do not have a paper.”
After failing to locate his written speech, he paused for a moment prompting those present at the function to break into laughter.
He then proceeded to give a brief speech which did not last for five minutes before he was seen off by his guest President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The two held bilateral talks for the better part of Monday afternoon in which President Uhuru Kenyatta lauded Lesotho for commitment to supporting Kenya for UNSC non-permanent seat.
“Your endorsement of Kenya as the Africa Union’s candidate for the non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the 2021-22 term is an affirmation of the strong bilateral relations that exist between our two sister countries,” the President said.
Thabane praised Uhuru for being “friendly and generous”.

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