Fashion has always been a sensible topic over the years, moreso, to the public figures. Today l want you to have a look at the dressing of different Governors from Kenya.
Matters concerning fashion have even caused depression to many artists (who couldn't afford some lifestyle) due to the pressure from their fans . But that is a topic for another day. Today let's asses some of our governors and see their dressing codes. We are going to cover the likes of Mombasa governor, Ali Hassan Joho, Kilifi Governor, Amazon Mingi and Homabay governor, Syprian Awiti.
Many of the governors have always been praised for their decency. For instance, the 001 governor, Ali Hassan Joho, has been known for his fashionable outfit. And many Kenyan youths say that he is the smartest governor.
Some people say that governor Joho is fashionable because he is still young. However, this according to me is not the case, consideringthe fact that there are so many governors, older than Joho who are also fashionable.
Taking Kilifi governor, Amason Kingi, for example, he's always as decent as Joho.But all in all, there is one governor who has always caught the attention of the public with his dressing code whenever he attends any public forum.
This is non other than the Homabay governor, Syprian Awiti. The man who is famous with his phrase, "CHAM YATH", meaning, take medicine. This topic became hot during the BBI campaign, when Awiti attended in the dressing code belowThe second term governor has been questionable in a lot of things. Many people have questioned his ability to communicate in English or Kiswahili languages in the recent past.
Undoubtedly, governors have a lot of money and can hire the best designers to take care of their dressing code. But why do you think the likes of Syprian Awiti hasn't made that opinion? Do you think Awiti is outdated fashion-wise? Or Do you think he lacks fashion advisor?
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