Almost as soon as Pope Francis alighted from his flight to Kenya's capital on his first trip to Africa, he sent a powerful message of humility and equality.
The pope stunned Kenyans not only because of the modest gray Honda that took him from Nairobi's airport to State House, but because he traveled with his car window down, eschewing the dark tinted windows favored by local politicians.
He beamed as he was greeted by singing, ululating crowds. At one point he even shook hands with a security guard at State House, the residence of Kenya's president.
“The Honda car that the pope is using. Even an MP of the poorest slum in Kenya would not use it,”