VIDEO SHOWS: BRITISH PM THERESA MAY DANCING WITH KENYAN SCOUTS, MAY AND U.N.
ENVIRONMENT CHIEF LAUNCHING NEW PLASTIC CHALLENGE BADGE FOR GIRL GUIDES AND SCOUTS, MAY KICKING PLASTIC BALL TOWARDS CAMERA RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT SHOWS: NAIROBI, KENYA (AUGUST 30, 2018) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY TALKING TO SCOUTS 2.
VARIOUS OF MAY DANCING 3.
SCOUTS DANCING 4.
MAY LISTENING AS SCOUT SHOWS HER SOCCER BALL MADE OF PLASTIC 5.
SCOUT HOLDING SOCCER BALL MADE OF RECYCLED PLASTIC 6.
ENVIRONMENT CHIEF ERIK SOLHEIM PASSING BALL TO MAY, MAY KICKING IT TOWARDS CAMERA STORY: British Prime Minister Theresa May danced with Kenyan scouts on Thursday (August 30) at the United Nations' Nairobi campus for the launch of an initiative to inspire young people to combat single-use plastic pollution.
After dancing with the British leader, Kenyan scouts showed her their inventive takes on re-using plastic, including a soccer ball made of plastic bags which May later enthusiastically kicked.
May, who is on a three-day tour of Africa aimed at strengthening trade ties, also danced with students at a school in Cape Town, South Africa on Tuesday (August 29).