Githeri man to attend Uhuru’s inauguration

The man who seemingly cooled political temperatures on social media during the August 8 election has been invited to President Uhuru’s inauguration luncheon

The man who seemingly cooled political temperatures on social media during the August 8 election has been invited to President Uhuru’s inauguration luncheon on 28 November 2017.

Martin Kamotho, who is popularly known as githeri man, will have a rare chance to dine with world leaders such as Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Other leaders who have confirmed attendance include Tanzanian president John Magafuli.

Githeri man is not the only social media ‘celebrity’ to attend the luncheon.Goldalyn Kakuyu, the top KCPE candidate has also been invited. This will be Ms Kakuyu’s second time in state house after being hosted by the president for her exemplary performance.

Ben Githae of the hit, ‘tano tena’ has also been invited. The song was popular during Jubilee’s campaign. Also in attendance will be John Gichuhi, the man who used his legs to vote.

The 300 million ceremony will have 26 heads of state.

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