Kenya: Melania Trump visits third African country in one day


Her first African tour since her husband became president of the United States, Melania has taken her "Be Best" campaign to Africa.

A group of children is also listed to entertain her on Friday.

During her trip, she spent time with children at a hospital in Ghana and a school in Malawi - and now she is dancing hand-in-hand with children in Kenya.

She is now in Malawi and will end up visiting Kenya and Egypt to complete her week-long visit to Africa. She'll also go on a quick safari.

After petting one baby elephant, Trump was nudged by the elephant, drawing a Secret Service agent to step forward to protect her, The Star reported.

The First Lady, 48, was pictured being unusually tactile with the bright and bubbly kids from The Nest Children's Home in Limuru.

"She loves meeting people, learning new things, and being around kids", Grisham said. "We want his wife to see it that Africans needs global aid particular on reproductive health which Trump cut which is affecting women and young girls negatively", says Racheal working in health sector in Malawi.

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She laughed as she lost her footing when one baby elephant appeared to storm toward her, and later fed formula to two of the elephants which have been raised in the park.

Our country's great First Lady, Melania, is doing really well in Africa.

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She also saw a site where 105 tons of ivory was burned as part of an effort to discourage the trade.

Trump had decried lifting the ban as a "horror show", but he did not intervene after the agency announced that the importation of elephant trophies will be approved on a "case-by-case basis".

She had pin-pointed promotion of child education, fight against HIV/AIDS and conservation as her pivotal areas of focus.