KOT left clueless by Fijian prime minister’s wardrobe choice
Kenyans on Twitter on Wednesday were caught up in a blonde moment unable to figure out Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama dress code.
Mr Bainimarama is in the country for the UN-Habitat conference in Nairobi.
On Tuesday, he made a tour of the affordable housing project site in Ngara.
KOT seemed dumbfounded by the Prime Minister’s attire. He wore a sulu suit, a popular attire among his countrymen.
The Sulu is regarded as Fiji’s national dress and is seen as an expression of ethnic Fijian identity. It is a kilt-like garment worn by both men and women in Fiji. Women Sulus are known as Sulu-i-ra.
The cloth comes in varying lengths from below-knee to ankle-length.
Traditionally they were fastened by tying at the waist. However the modern man may use buckles.
Here is what Kenyans on Twitter thought of the attire.
“Mbona amevaa skirt?” asked @obnoxiouskisii.
“Hii ndio skirt suit Aaaaah,” said @njogu.
“Namna gani hapa!” wrote @Lawi_Makori.
— PS Charles Hinga (@PSCharlesHinga) May 28, 2019