Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta is known for her love for African attires popularly known as Vitenge. His love for Vitenge dates back to when he was the president.
Known as the lover of African prints, some Kenyans had even branded the head of state ‘Uhuru wa Mashati’ because of the different eye-catching and trendy shirts he steps out in on various occasions during his tenure.
After having served his term in office, the ex President was given a peace envoy role by President William Ruto and he appears to maintain this trademark look with beautiful Vitenge shirts.
Today, the ex President was closing the DR Congo peace talks in Nairobi and he was also spotted wearing his trademark look. A kitenge shirt.
UDA member of parliament for Gilgil Constituency Martha Wangari has noted that the ex President has shared that the ex President was wearing a shirt similar to her dress.
She lightly argues that in her defence, she was the first to wear the kitenge.
Photo Courtesy; Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta today.
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