• The shoe brand, Alessandro Galet Scritto Leather Oxford,goes for a whopping Ksh.294,845 thousand (£1,960)
Narok Senator Ledama Olekina unveiled a pair of shoes worth almost 300K.
The controversial politician owns a pair of shoes from Alessandro Galet Scritto Leather Oxford.
Ledama took to Twitter to post an image of the tobacco bis coloured shoe, along with a well-swanked caption.
"This is not a hustler shoe so if you see me wearing it or if you see anyone wearing it just know a big boy is passing by ..: get out of the way," he wrote.
The shoe brand, Alessandro Galet Scritto Leather Oxford, goes for a whopping Ksh.294,845 thousand (£1,960) as indicated on the brand's website.
The shoe is manufactured by a French label named Berluti, a luxury footwear brand for men's shoes. Their high-patina Alessandro oxfords are icons of the House.
Check out some of the reaction comments below
@Aliyahmmh: Shida ya kutoka kufuga ngombe to parliament. How many men have worn that shoe before you and you don’t find them yapping nonsense on Twitter? New money problems.
@CHEGuev824093: Remember if not taxpayers' money you can't be rude like that. Your advantage you get elected with people who don't know to be a leader it means business. Ama? I would like to attend the village meeting of the Masaai people. I think agendas may be like a comedy without your presence.
@npkkenya: Things don't change our value it's us who change things' value, knowing who u r in life is the key thing, today if king Charles wears ksh500 shoes, The value of the shoe changes, but a Masai king wants to wear a 15k shoes to change his value. even if it's a golden shoe, You remain who you are.
@Julius2022Jc: Mnaendea viatu ya 250k majuu na wamasaai wanazurura kila mahali wakiuza viatu ...grow and promote your brother's business ..!!!.find out how that shoe is made ..educate your maa people with the skill ...promote ...advertise that business here....Acha ujinga wa Bomas!!
@MashMMXIV: Does the show make you walk on the ground or float in the air? What would you advise a person who can afford the shoe but has no legs to put it on!?
@Truthgauge1: Punguza stresses to young people senator; they will think this is the epitome of economic opulence. The feet and body covered with expensive attire will end up the same way as another with cheap or no cover. This is also vanity. Cost of food senator. Food.…fuatilia hiyo senator.