Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is yet again in the spot light but this time after attending a school event.
Photo courtesy: DP Gachagua at a school where he led the administration of KCPE exam
Eye hawked Kenyans spotted Gachagua’s dress code in a viral photo where he was interacting with students during the examination period.
This is as the DP's appeared to be oversized coat and this has left Kenyans talking.
Gachagua has been in the recent past been trolled by Kenyans due to his sense of fashion and designer.
However, the second in command had promised to change immediately after taking over as the DP but on Tuesday he has seemingly been seen with the same trend of dress code.
This comes after the DP led the administering of the Kenya Certificate of Primary School Education and Kenya Primary School Examination Assessment, at the Komarock Primary school.
Here are a sample of the reactions as seen on social media...
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