President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Saturday among thousands of revellers who showed up in their droves at the Canivore during the UB40 concert.
In a video shared online, the Head of State displays for all to see his other side, outside office.
He is seen in the company of renowned television journalist and talk show host Jeff Koinange, doing a jig and singing along to 'Red Red Wine', considered one of UB40's most popular singles.
That he could rattle off the lyrics of the song left no doubt on the mind of anyone that he is a top fan of UB40's discography.
The UK-based band featuring Ali Campbell and Astro, a splinter group of the original UB 0 band, were slated to perform in Kenya on February 01, all the way to February 02.
This was the first time that the splinter group was performing in the country.
To attend the high profile concert, one was supposed to part with at least 5000 shillings for the regular tickets.
The VIP and VVIP tickets were going at 10,000 and 20,000 shillings respectively.