The colourful event was hosted by Donald Kipkorir and attended by a few guests.
"Today, our Ambassador to South Korea Amb. Mwende Mwinzi turned 50 ... She flew back to Kenya just to celebrate her birthday & I had the privilege of hosting her. South Korea is the 3rd largest consumer market in the world after China & US,"reads Kipkorir's Facebook post
His dressing code has sparked reactions Kenyans slamming him for wearing a short dress meant for ladies.
If you didn't know what the strange outfit is,here is what you ought to know.
The outfit is known as a Scottish kilt.Kilt is a kind of knee-length non-bifurcated short dress with pleats at the back, originating in the traditional dress of Gaelic men and boys in the Scottish Highlands. It was first recorded in the 16th century as the great kilt, a full-length garment whose upper half can be worn as a cloak.
For each person of Scottish ancestry, the kilt is a symbol of honor for the extended family in which they belong.Through years kilt turned into a way of dress that afforded the fighting army with probably its maximum beneficial tool.Today the kilt is the countrywide dress of Scotland and worn by many.
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