The photo of Nairobi Women's Representative Esther Passaris in a short, sweet dress that was slightly above her knees as she attended President William Ruto's meeting in Nairobi has sparked mixed reactions. Some thought the dress was too short for her considering she's over 50, while others thought as long as she looks comfortable, then there is nothing wrong.
Esther Passaris, together with other leaders, joined President Ruto to inspect the ongoing housing project at Mukuru Kwa Njenga, in Nairobi.
Esther Passaris had worn a short dress with white and black spots on it, and she looked really amazing. As she sat down during the meeting, her brown knees and legs could be easily seen.
Some trolled her for wearing the short dress considering she's 57 years old, but she stood by her decision, saying that her dressing is her choice.
Netizens online reacted by saying that people should stop minding other people's businesses and focus on their own.
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