The Member of Parliament for Kimilili, Didmus Barasa has shocked Kenyans online by the kind of dress code he went by while addressing constituents of his hometown recently. The Member of Parliament was opening a recently built classroom in a school in his Constituency.
The Member of Parliament was dressed in town school shorts while addressing the children and other constituents. This is something that other politicians have done in the past in their quest to fit in with the electorate.
However, Kenyans did not take Didmus Barasa's dressing lightly and this is what they had to say about it:
Lucile Mendez: Mockery of his constituents.
Ryan Garvey: Yesterday it was Osoro, today it's Didmus. They've started going back to the ground as 2022 is almost here.
Tommy Kiage: The kind of madness that's in this country.
James Proff: Okay, eating and drinking is where? Stop lying to people.
More Kenyans had this to say about Didmus Barasa:
Geoffrey Otenyo: This is just fooling Kenyans.
Ammo Ramos: In Kenya, normal people are only 20.
Brian Onkundi: He will still drive high end cars with security detail. Fooling Kenyans.
Fadiga Kevin: These United Democratic Alliance, UDA, guys are too much.
What do you think about this mode of dressing of the popular Member of Parliament? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
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