Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu and Kenya’s William Ruto are among several African heads of state and government convening in Washington D.C for the U.S.-Africa Summit.

Presidents from the East Africa region met on the sidelines of the U.S.-Africa Summit to discuss the current instability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Suluhu, Ruto, Paul Kagame (Rwanda), João Lourenço (Angola) and Evariste Ndayishimiye (Burundi) met to discuss the situation in DRC.

Netizens noticed that Suluhu was not in a jovial mood as she appeared to have frowned in a photo that got social media users talking.

Some suggested that the Tanzanian president has been unhappy ever since Ruto took power.

While Suluhu appeared gloomy around Ruto, she was quite jovial when she met Raila Odinga at COP27 Summit in Egypt.

The Tanzanian president bowed and warmly greeted Raila, so did other African presidents who attended the summit.

Related: Ruto’s Supporters Green With Envy As Presidents Bow Before Raila At COP27 Summit In Egypt (PHOTOS) 

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