Here’s how Maraga committed fashion ‘crime’ during coastal tour
Chief Justice David Maraga committed a fashion ‘crime’ during his tour of the coastal region by sticking to a suit and tie despite the sweltering heat.
Maraga, who was in Kwale on Monday to commission the construction of Kwale Law Court, was pictured in a reflector jacket on top of his grey suit as he laid the foundation stone.
Apparently, the Chief Justice opted not to dress down despite the recorded temperature of 32 degree Celsius.
Maraga had however obeyed in weather in his previous engagements at the coast starting with Saturday’s official opening of the National Assembly Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs retreat in Shanzu.
The Chief Justice kicked off a working tour of the coast on Monday by commissioning the construction of Kwale Law Courts and presiding over the handing over ceremony of the Msambweni Kadhi’s Court built through CDF funds.
As Maraga shared updates of his tour online, Kenyans were questioning why he was touring the coast until Wednesday while Nasa is set to swear in Raila Odinga on Tuesday.
One @NgataLauryne commented, “We are expected you in Uhuru Park tomorrow na si tafadhali.”