After the general elections conducted in August 9, it happened that Wavinya Ndeti was announced as the winner of Machakos County governor position. She took over from the former governor Alfred Mutua who's now the newest Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs. Wavinya has been working closely with the other elected leaders.
As usual, Kenyans are ever keen on the dressing code of our leaders. They challenge politicians and encouraging them to get the best stylists.
In the recent updates, Wavinya Ndeti was spotted wearing an outfit that attracted a lot of public attention. She wore a long baggy suit that had a bright brown colour. Kenyans sparked a lot of reactions asking Ndeti to change her dress code. She was challenged to dress like a governor since the outfit didn't really impress netizens.
Today Wavinya Ndeti responded to that story by saying that she'll not disappoint anymore. She said that she's planning on improving her dressing style and avoid embarrassment in public.
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