Kenyans were left tongues wagging after ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, his Ford-Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula, and DP Willian Ruto adorned glamourous matching suits at an event to bid farewell to the late President Mwai Kibaki at Nyayo Stadium.
The three walked out in black suits with Mudavadi and Ruto putting on black ties dotted with white while Wetangula wore a plain black one.
A section of Kenyans hilariously observed how Wetangula’s public display has changed since he and Mudavadi shifted to Ruto’s side.
Others were however not impressed by Mudavadi’s usual ‘oversized’ suits and wanted his tailor arrested.
Some others reminded the three that they experienced the same with President Uhuru and his deputy immediately after the two took office in 2013.
The requiem mass for President Mwai Kibaki was presided over by President Uhuru Kenyatta in the presence of notable dignitaries from the continent and inside Kenya as well as thousands of Kenyans.
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