DP Gachagua sends internet into a frenzy in Maasai outfit

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Julius Jumah
Julius Jumah
A multimedia journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Kenya’s Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is no naïve man when it comes to fashion and style. Riggy G as he is fondly known, his refined taste is a reflection of his affluent stature.

Unique yet eloquent, he showcases an unrivaled sense of fashion. This is the embodiment of Kenya’s esteemed second-in-command.

This unparalleled fashion sense was on show on Thursday, August 24, 2023, at the annual Maa Cultural Festival at Maasai Mara in Narok County. The Deputy President was present, exuding his unique sense of fashion rendering Kenyans ungovernable.

DP Gachagua sparkling in his Maasai outfit at the Maa Cultural Festival at the Maasai Mara in Narok County. [Photo/Courtesy].

Gachagua made his own remarkable appearance at the event a day after his boss President William Ruto graced the festival.

The former Mathira MP was flanked by an assembly of leaders, including Narok Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu, his Kajiado counterpart Joseph Ole Lenku, and UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala.

“The Maa Community culture remains distinct and impressive. I have joined the community as we celebrate this rich culture together at the close of the Maa Cultural Festival at Sekenani Gate, Maasai Mara, Narok County,” Gachagua captioned the images.

DP Gachagua with a host of leaders at the Maa Cultural Festival at the Maasai Mara in Narok County. [Photo/Courtesy].

The social media update rendered Kenyans utterly captivated and impassioned. A number of them weighed in on the matter and Capemedia.Africa has sampled some of their comments below.

“Very impressive, our truthful man,” said Onduru Junior, a Facebook user as Pharis Mariuko remarked, “Smart photo of the day…ole Riggy G.”

Caroline Seinkool weighed in, “Maasai culture has always been impressive for sure.”

“Gachagua is the man of the match as usual,” Amos Kimaiyo said as Isaac Mutiso Fundi added: “The moment we’ve been waiting for. Ladies and gentlemen. Meet Ole Gachagua.”

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