Kiss 100 presenter and comedian Oga Obinna caused a stir after he went to work dressed in a Maasai attire. Obinna, who hosts a morning show with Kamene Goro on the Radio Africa-owned radio station, was pictured in the studio rocking traditional regalia common with the Maasai Community.
He even had a Maasai rungu to complete his look. He shared the photos on his Instagram account and most of his fans were impressed with his unique dressing.
Obinna is known to be very fashionable. His co-host Kamene Goro spoke revealed in an interview with Mpasho's Kalondu Musyimi that Obinna doesn't repeat clothes.
He is reportedly so much obsessed with the latest fashion trends that he wears three outfits in a day,
''He plans his outfits for the week. Obinna's drip is to never get it wrong from top to bottom. He is very accurate with his drip and he doesn't repeat clothes! Another thing about Obinna is that he wears 3 outfits in a day. Me it's how the morning takes me,'' Kamene said in the interview.
Below are photos of Obinna rocking Maasai attire to work.
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