President Uhuru Kenyatta and first lady Margaret Kenyatta became an internet sensation while exercising their democratic right in the just concluded elections.
On August 9th, Margaret Kenyatta had casted her vote at St Mary's School in Nairobi County and she was seen queeing while wearing a navy blue GANT jacket. After voting, she accompanied President Uhuru Kenyatta to Gatundu to vote at the Mutomo Primary School Polling Station and this time round, President Uhuru Kenyatta was wearing a navy blue GANT Jacket and Kenyans were speculating that it was the same one that had been worn by first lady Margaret Kenyatta.
The first lady has a different outfit while she accompanied President Uhuru Kenyatta to vote hence it appears that President Kenyatta was donning the same jacket but it is not clear whether they shared the same jacket or each has one.
It now appears that the cost of the GANT Jacket worn by President Uhuru and first lady Margaret Kenyatta is €185 which is equal to Kshs. 26, 678.
According to GANT on it's official website, the design is constructed in a regular fit in which the quilted windcheater is a light transitional jacket filled with recycled padding.
The jacket has a short collar with a button closure and cuffs with adjustable straps. The windcheater is complete with GANT logo embroidery at the chest.
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