Kenyans are known to be some of the most skilled people not only in East Africa but in the whole continent. They have been proactive in so many fields ranging from business, industry, education among others.
Today, Kenyan have taken their gloves off to laud one of the hardworking citizen who is based in the United States named Professor Makau Mutua who is also one of the renowned legal professional the country has.
Through his social media account, Mutua had indicated that he had been elected the Sire Archon of Alpha Kappa Boule which is one of the oldest African American professional Greek society in the United States of America. Prior to this lucrative role, Mutua was working as a law lecturer at the University of Buffalo.
This has made a section of Kenyans not to remain quiet but come out in large numbers to congratulate Mutua for his successes because as a Kenyan, he is representing all of us and carrying the good name of our nation.
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Twitter.
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