US First Lady Melania Trump has arrived in Nairobi on the third day of her solo trip to Africa to promote health and education.
The US First Lady will then visit the US Embassy in Nairobi wrapping up the only closed-door engagements on her Kenyan visit. Widespread bipartisan opposition in Congress averted the reductions. Chipala has more than 8,500 students but just 77 teachers, for a ratio of 111 students per instructor, according to the US government. "I was heartened to spend time with the students, and was honored to donate school supplies and soccer balls", she said.More news: Chris Evans: Avengers 4 wrapped and he is done with Captain America
"Meeting those children and understanding their different way of life is why I wanted to travel here", she said. "It is a handsome thing to see", Trump tweeted. He credited the partnership between the USA and Malawi with "significantly" improving students' English and Chichewa reading skills.
Melania Trump met with Malawian First Lady Gertrude Maseko at the state house for tea before watching three traditional dance performances. In southern Africa, the vocalization is often done as a celebratory welcome by women.More news: Elon Musk calls SEC the 'Shortseller Enrichment Commission' in tweet
A small handful of protesters held signs along roads in the capital Lilongwe, with one criticising President Trump's reported use of offensive language to describe some African countries earlier this year.
Melania Trump began her African tour two days ago when she went to Ghana.More news: UEFA Champions League Report: Hoffenheim v Manchester City 02 October 2018
She has already visited Malawi and Ghana, and is later expected in Egypt.