The Kenyan first lady today held a virtual meeting with government officials in charge of wildlife. In the meeting, a lot was discussed in regards to human and wildlife conflicts which have continued to be a concern in the country. Her dressing code is however what stood out today.
Dressed in a turtle neck sweater and a cowboy hat, the first lady was well represented with an outfit that was well complemented by the black trouser which she complemented with black boots that looked good on her. She also wore a sleeveless jacket to complete the look.
She reiterated the importance of protecting the wildlife in the country saying that it was time for the nation and Kenyans to ensure that the animals are well protected and taken care of. Several leaders took part in the virtual meeting which happened on Tuesday afternoon.
Below are some images from the meeting today;
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