Nandi Senetor wakili Kiprotich Cherargei has left Netizens with different reactions after sharing his 2008 photo while in Moi University. Cherargei attended ST Francis Cheptas Primary School from 1996 to 2002 and Kapsabet Boys High School before he attended the Moi University in 2007 and graduated in 2011.
Cherargei who was still in first year is seen with oversized suit in a frontline and in a company of his colleagues who seems to be somehow older than him.
Reacting to this photo, a section of Netizens were astonished to learn that the famous Senetor is such young while others concentrated on his dressing.
They claimed that the senator was really an hustler and has really changed after being elected as a senator. But others claimed that the senator was in position to purchase a suit while in campus and for that reason he doesn't fit to be termed as an hustler.
"Cherargei wewe kwani ulikuwa fundi wa nguo?," Said one of the Netizens. This is because majority of Tailors always appears with oversized clothes.
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