Theresa May’s visit to Africa

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British Prime Minister Theresa May urged Nigeria on Wednesday to tap into the City of London's financial expertise as she sought to build a new trading relationship with Africa's biggest economy and most populous nation.

Previously, the Internet exploded from South Africa, where Theresa may has danced together with the students.

Noting that the total value of trade between the two nations previous year was £1.5 billion making the UK, Kenya's fourth largest trading partner, President Kenyatta reiterated that Kenya's Big Four development agenda provides a unique opportunity for British investors to increase trade and investments thereby strengthening the Kenya-UK even further.

Her visit to Kenya came amid growing desperation by Britain to establish new socio-economic cooperation with other nations following its unprecedented exit from the EU. In the video, she can be seen twisting, turning, and waving her arms in what looks like a dance-off with the scouts.

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May also tried her hand at ten pin bowling and did some keepy-uppies with a plastic football while on the trip.

Referring to a popular BBC celebrity ballroom dancing contest, even May admitted she had not set the dance world on fire.

Locals showed her how bags and bottles can be made into everyday items like balls, dolls, a dolls house, a dress and tennis rackets.

Meanwhile, Twitter users suggested May's repeated dance stunts may actually be an attempt to cover-up the Brexit "cock-up". The EU currently has an economic partnership with this union, and the United Kingdom will now continue working with it after Brexit.

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As an African-born British businessman with roots in East Africa, I am delighted that Mrs May is visiting the continent for the first time as the British premier at what is a pivotal moment in the UK's economic future.

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday came under fire from an worldwide media house following remarks made during British Prime Minister Theresa May's State House visit.

"As Britain prepares to leave the European Union we are committed to smooth transition and continuity in our trading relationship".

She said: "Chequers delivers on the Brexit vote".

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