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Int’l Embarrassment!! South Korea’s President Apologizes For Carrying ‘Viagra’ While Visiting Kenya!!

South Korea’s president Park Geun-Hye is sorry for the embarrassment she had caused by carrying libido-enhancing drugs during a state visit to Nairobi. The president, who was in Kenya in November 2016, expressed regrets on the final day of the hearing as a Constitutional Court wrapped up hearings on her fate

South Korea’s president Park Geun-Hye has expressed regrets regarding the scandal that triggered her impeachment.

Female politician apologises for visit Uhuru with VIAGRA pills

South Korea’s president Park Geun-Hye and President Uhuru Kenyatta during the visit last year.

The president, who was in Kenya in November 2016, expressed regrets on the final day of the hearing as Constitutional Court wrapped up hearings on her fate on Monday 27.

Her supporters screamed threats outside with many claiming she’s guilty.

Female politician apologises for visit Uhuru with VIAGRA pills

Geun-Hye blamed her personal assistant Choi Soon Sil for the incident which saw her carry over 364 pills in December, including 60 blue Viagra pills and the rest were a generic version of the drug.

Geun-hye visited Nairobi in May to boost trade and strengthen ties with Kenya.

Female politician apologises for visit Uhuru with VIAGRA pills

She was in Kenya for a three-day visit which saw her travel with close to 200 people, including government officials and businessmen.

Final decisions on indictments for all suspects embroiled in the scandal, including executives from Samsung Group [SARG.UL], South Korea’s largest conglomerate, would be made by Tuesday.

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