Prime Minister Theresa May dancing through her Africa tour - CBBC Newsround

Prime Minister Theresa May dancing through her Africa tour - CBBC Newsround

British Prime Minister Theresa May is now on a whirlwind tour of Africa, and it's a trip that will always be remembered for her horrifically awkward dance moves.

Although Zimbabwe was not part of the countries Mrs May visited, the British Department for International Trade invited Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) president and Securico Services founder Dr Divine Ndhlukula to speak on investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.

The President spoke on Thursday evening during a State Banquet he and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta hosted in honour of the visiting British Prime Minister Theresa May.

British Prime Minister Theresa May (L, front) and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta address a joint media briefing at State House in Nairobi, capital of Kenya, Aug. 30, 2018.

The leaders agreed to strengthen security cooperation - with British soldiers regularly training in Kenya - and to ensure that proceeds of Kenyan corruption stashed in British banks would be repatriated to Kenya.

Speaking at a press conference with Uhuru Kenyatta, the Kenyan President, Mrs May sought to give her host reassurance about the two countries' trade relationship after Britain quit the EU.

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Al-Shabaab, which is linked to al-Qaeda, is a Somalia-based terror group which has launched regular attacks on neighbouring Kenya, such as the assault on Nairobi's Westgate Mall that killed at least 67 people in 2013.

"We have democracy in common and we need to defend it together".

Also, Nigeria's Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun encouraged investors from the United Kingdom to take advantage of the country's improved business environment by investing in key sectors of the economy.

Earlier on the trip she put on a similarly energetic display at a school in South Africa.

The British Prime Minister further pointed out that her country is now forging a new and more globally connected future even as it exits from the European Union.

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