Mashujaa Day: Veteran Comedian Mogaka Turns Heads in Comic Green, Yellow Suspender Trousers at Uhuru Gardens
- The 2022 Mashujaa celebrations were held at the iconic Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi and it was filled with oddly dressed attendants
- Vioja Mahakamani actor Mogaka amused attendants of the celebrations as he turned up to the event clad in a clown-like outfit
- The Mashujaa Day celebrations saw local artistes led by Rufftone lead Kenyans in song and dance in honour of freedom fighters
Celebrated comedian Mogaka has turned heads during the Mashujaa Day celebration with his clown-like look.
The funnyman arrived at the Uhuru Gardens clad in a bright yellow and green outfit, complete with a funny pair of shoes.
In a viral video posted online, Mogaka clad in a hat that matched his funny outfit is seen busy on his cellphone as he is recorded.
SPM Buzz uploaded the video on their Instagram page with the caption:
“Kenyan legendary actor Mogaka at the Mashujaa Day Celebrations in Uhuru Gardens,luku imeweza?”
See the video below:
Below are some of the comments accompanying the video:
@bnk_kenya posted multiple flame emojis to describe Mogaka's look.
TUKO.co.ke reported that the 2022 Mashujaa Day celebration marked a low turnout of netizens in the event held at Uhuru Gardens.
A spot check at the iconic venue revealed low numbers of attendants and it was evidenced by the empty seats.
President William Ruto presided over the ceremony that saw politicians and the members of the diplomatic corps attend.
At the time of publishing, the venue was half-filled as entertainment groups took to the main arena to put up their respective performances to charm the dignitaries.
Kenyans on social media attributed the unimpressive turnout to the sorry state of the economy that continue to bedevil their compatriots.
Others argued that Ruto's tenure is yet to court many Kenyans who have been opposed to it since its first day.
“Majority of Kenyans have not embraced the Ruto administration. Ruto will have to work hard to convince most of the Kenyans who didn't vote for him. For now, nothing to celebrate,” argued Wabua Mullonzi.