During this election cycle, politicians have been making public appearances in an effort to garner the support of Kenyans for their respective campaigns. In many of these campaigns, we have seen the candidates drive expensive autos, which causes many people to be surprised. After his car was captured on camera and shared online, Chief Administrative Secretary Ababu Namwamba of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kenya has become an internet sensation.
On Monday morning, Namwamba drove up to a gathering in a luxurious Jeep. The event was held in the morning. According to the video that was uploaded to YouTube, the vehicle in question is the most recent one to be released onto the market. It bears the registration number KDH 888F. People began to crowd around him as he made his way closer to the venue for the event, all of them desiring to have the best view possible of the enormous machine.
There have been other other politicians who have displayed their automobiles, and each time Kenyans are left wondering about the extent of their wealth. William Ruto, the current vice president of Kenya, recently unveiled his convertible BMW sedan, which had been branded and was prepared for use in his campaigns.
Below is a video of Namwamba's Jeep, which you can see.
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