The Tanzanian president, Hon Samia Suluhu arrived in Kenya today. She received a warm welcome from the foreign cabinet secretary Ambassador Raychelle Omamo and State House Spokesperson Kanze Dena at the JKIA and she began her trip to State House Nairobi. She is expected to be in the country for two days.
After arriving at Statehouse, Netizens noticed that Samia Suluhu putting was on a different cloth from the one she landed in with at JKIA.
This evening, according to the statehouse Kenya Facebook page, President Suluhu joined other Muslims for the Iftar session. Netizens also reacted after seeing her on another gown.
See some of the reactions;
"Kwani hawakuli, Poor lazy camera person, alfu kwani huyu mama and change nguo baada ya saa moja am a" Duncan Kiogora
"She is very smart and has a good fashion sense.Ramadan kareem," Collins Onzere
Samia Suluhu is the first president of the Republic of Tanzania. Suluhu took over after the death of the late former President John Pombe Magufuli. May his soul continue resting in peace.
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