Women leaders in the country together in solidarity embraced Orie Rogo Manduli's sense of fashion while paying their last respect to the veteran politician. Majority of the women rocked on the elaborate headgear widely associated with the late.
Among them was Nairobi Women Rep Esther Passaris, Milly Odhiambo, her daughter and other women leaders across the country. Manduli is Kenya's first Woman Rally driver and has been widely known for her unique taste of fashion.
Orie was also miss Kenya representing Kenya in the international spheres. Manduli's hearse shook the internet after it was established that it cost over 20 million.
The women leaders including Milly Odhiambo delivered yesterday a moving tribute to the late thanking her for standing out and being a great example to women out there who struggle in male dominated society.
Manduli will be laid to rest this Saturday where other dignified leaders are expected to attend.
Rest in peace Orie Rogo Manduli.
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