Serving as the fourth president of Kenya since the country attained independence, Uhuru Kenyatta has demonstrated perfect leadership and enabled the country to achieve much-needed development. Over the past 9 years, the country's infrastructure has been tremendously improved through improving and upgrading major roads, superhighways, and the construction of the standard gauge railway. In addition to this, Kenyans have also been amazed by many things impressive things done by the president. Photo: Courtesy
Uhuru Kenyatta has been spotted on several occasions especially since the Covid 19 pandemic hit the country donned in colorful shirts. This raised a lot of curiosity from Kenyans prompting them to ask a myriad of questions on social media. Many of them have been eager to know where the president buys the shirts and the amount of money the president spending in making the purchases.
Surprisingly, it has been revealed that the head of state's beautiful shirts are made in Kenya. A popular local manufacturing company known as Rivertex based in Eldoret has admitted to having been producing the president's lovely shirts. This has been one way of showing humility and buying locally produced goods hence promoting local industries. This is unlike many of the Kenyan politicians who buy expensive and luxurious products made in European countries.
According to the privy sourced information about the pricing of the shirts from a Rivertex company employee, the shirts go for less than Ksh 2000. A long-sleeved shirt cost Ksh 1700 while a short-sleeved one goes for Ksh 1500. Uhuru has made this good move and its advisable for all citizens to buy Kenyan products and help build the economy.
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