Prime Cabinet Secretary honorable Musalia Mudavadi has caused stir online after he was spotted landing in Brazil hours after legendary footballer Pele's death. In his trip to Brazil, Musalia is actually on his official trip where he will attend inauguration ceremony of newly elected Brazil President Lula da Silver.
Also, as he will be gracing the occasion, he will be keeping Kenya's international investments ties alive. According to schedule, the Brazilian president elect will be inaugurated as the 39th president of Brazil on January 1st, 2023. The ceremony which will be held in the national Congress in Brasilia will mark Lula's third successive reign.
Therefore, as the leader was spotted arriving in Brazil, Kenyans could not get enough of making fun of him stating that the chief minister is there to attend Pele's funeral. In that case, below were some of the Kenyans reactions on the same.
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