One of the big changes to be noticed whenever a new leader takes power is the change of the presidential standard and portrait in big offices across the country and foreign embassies.
This has also been the case immediately after the incumbent Head of State President William Ruto was handed over the instruments of power by the retired President Uhuru Kenyatta. One of the top comedians and public figures by the name Wanjiku the Teacher has given Kenyans a glimpse of the Kenyan embassy office in New York, USA sparking mixed reactions.
Kenyans were keen to notice the new portrait of William Ruto which had replaced Uhuru's portrait immediately after the inauguration ceremony at Kasarani Stadium. This has also been done is several public and private offices across the country.
"Visited the Kenyan Embassy in Washington DC Ambassador Lazarus O. Amayo we had a good laugh while at it! I learned a little bit more about the Kenya and US relationship! I am definitely learning a lot while enjoying my stay in the US.! When you visit America pass by the Kenyan Embassy," the vocal comedian wrote on her Facebook page.
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