Gone are the days when politicians and government officials used to miss it big matters fashion.
Today, no politician or government official wants to be left behind when it comes to looking sharp and dapper, especially with the crop of young politicians.
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Treasury CS Henry Rotichs stood next to Uhuru looking all shy. Photo: Uhuru Kenyatta/FacebookSource: Instagram
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However, there are some government officials who do not necessarily mind a lot about their looks, or should we just say they usually experience countless bad ''wardrobe'' days.
Kenya's soft-spoken Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich recently found himself on the spot after stepping out in a trouser twice his size.
Rotich a dapper fellow himself and a man known for his liking for nice suits seems to have suffered a bad wardrobe day as he accompanied president Uhuru Kenyatta in one of his official duties.
Standing next to Uhuru as he announced the increment in the price of 90 kilogram bags of maize on Thursday, January 10, Rotich looked all shy in his baggy Khaki trousers as the president continued with his address.
Treasury CS Henry Rotichs trouser looked all baggy. Photo: Uhuru Kenyatta/FacebookSource: Instagram
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In his address, Uhuru Kenyatta directed National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB through Strategic Food Reserve (SFR) to purchase a 90kgs bag of maize at KSh 2,500 from farmers.
The directive to Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri who was also present at the address meant farmers will get a meagre KSh 200 increment per bag of maize up from the initial price of KSh 2,300 per 90kgs bag recommended by the cabinet.
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However, Kenyan on social media did not even care about the price of maize but switched their attention to CS Rotich's trousers with many wondering if it was among the sacks to be used in packaging the maize.
Countless comments from different Kenyans on photos of Rotich standing next to Uhuru in his oversized trousers clearly proved Kenyans can be unforgiving at times.
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