Photo:Former President Mwai Kibaki
Social media users on Monday have been left mouth wagging after a photo of a man with former President Kibaki emerged.
You'd think this is former President in his early ages enjoying his stay at rural home before fame and wealth.
"I hear this man is Robert Kwanzelu from Uganda who is in Kenya looking for his father.He says he will appreciate any leads or assistance to help locate his dad,"posted Nyakundi
Another user posted "He's Robert Kwanzelu,a Ugandan who is in Kenya searching for his biological father,Hii inahitaji DNA Kweli?"reads a post from Fuata Nyuki
Some of the Kenyans have also gone ahead and took the joke a notch higher saying the former head of state might had planted a seed while studying in Makerere University in Uganda.
Robert Kwanzelu joins Harun Githongo, a resident of Murang's County who has on several occasions been confused with the former head of state president Mwai Kibaki.
While being interviewed,Harun said he has on several occasions been mistaken for Baba Jimmy. He says people do not believe he is not Kibaki’s relative.
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