Zero Sense of Fashion! See Photos of The Worst Dressed top Politician in Kenya
By TimesNowKE | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 5 views
Kenya is a country that has politicians who not only know how to govern “spectacularly” but also know how to spend the money they make from their governing with things like cars, houses and luxury clothes.
From their style of dressing, their fancy clothes bought from designer shops in Europe, living in posh homes to driving expensive cars, life has indeed changed but to some, they are still struggling especially when it comes to their fashion sense.
However there are some politicians who have no sense of fashion at all.
One of the most recognized is non other than Governor Cyprian Awiti.
He has zero sense of fashion and makes headline for epic fashion flops. Homabay Governor Cyprian Awiti needs a stylist to get rid of his oversize baggy shirts, trousers and blazers.
He sometimes leaves his followers embarrassed when his clothes reveal much more than he expected.
The Homa Bay governor dress code has been a subject of ridicule, some people wondering how a high ranking individual in the county presents himself in public dressed in that manner.
Below are some of his photos;
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