Dressed in jeans shirt and trousers and wearing dark shades, Mahama toured the park in a Toyota Land Cruiser vehicle.
He was in Kenya to address private sector at a ‘High Tea’ event hosted by the Kenyan Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).
Mahama in his address said the tendency of new governments in Africa to cancel agreements signed by a former government did not auger well for business growth.
He also said politics should be about serving the people of a country and not a do or die affair.
Over the weekend, he took time off his busy schedule to relax at Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve.
He also interacted with tour guides and officials at the park.