President William Ruto's new Aide De-Camp Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga who took over from Brigadier Timothy Stelu Lekolool on Thursday stole the show during the Mashujaa Day Celebrations at Uhuru Gardens. This is after he came out with a new look than what people are used to. Photos of him in his new uniform went viral on the internet immediately after the celebrations.
Photo courtesy; president William Ruto and his team at Uhuru Gardens on October 20.
The photos were first shared by Nesh Maina who is the photographer for State House. Kenyans came out to complement on his new striking looks. Unlike the past events where he has been donning a green beret and a brownish uniform, on Thursday he wore a different military attire which was red and black in color.
Photo courtesy: Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga at Mashujaa
Kenyans reacted to the photo in different ways with many congratulating him for his new look. Some could not believe that he is the same ADC that was criticized a few days ago for lazing while working.
What do you think of Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga's new look? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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