NGINA Kenyatta, daughter of Kenya's president Uhuru Kenyatta, was a surprise guest at a concert headlined by Jamaican singer Alaine at Nairobi's City Cabanas Club last Saturday night.
According to The Nairobian, Kenyatta, along with heavy security detail, showed up at the venue with friends.
"She enjoyed the thrills of the night ... She danced to reggae tunes and bonded with the visiting Jamaican singer," the article read.
Also peforming on the show were Kenyan artistes Wyre, Redsan, Kenzo, Shanky Radics, Ray Ray and Kavi Pratt.
Alaine, a judge on the televised talent show, Digicel Rising Stars, recently said goodbye for the remainder of this season as she would be embarking on a tour of Africa.
Born in New Jersey, but moved to Jamaica at three, the 35-year-old Alaine is known for songs including No Ordinary Love, Sacrifice, Rise in Love and Anything.