President William Ruto's aide de camp, Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga, wore a red Kenya Army uniform, different from his custom brown attire during Mashujaa day celebrations.
A section of Kenyans thus wondered why the ADC changed his uniform, yet his predecessor - Brigadier Timothy Lekolool - wore the same white uniform all throughout his tenure.
The red tunic, however, is Kenya Army's ceremonial attire worn during military events.
President William Ruto can also wear the red military uniform as the commander-in-chief of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF).
Ruto has not been seen wearing any military outfit yet as his predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatta, did during Jamhuri Day celebrations in 2021 and other Kenya KDF events.
Other heads of state that have won the attire include former President Daniel Moi and Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
The late Mwai Kibaki, who deviated from the norm, wore suits throughout his tenure.
KDF's red attire is also worn by officers during military wedding ceremonies. However, the accessories differ in the hierarchy.
This is worn by members of the Kenya Army during ceremonies. It is worn with a forage cap or synthetic fibre.
Other than the brown and red attire, Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga can also wear jungle camouflage uniform, Kenya Army's main attire worn in the barracks.
The jungle camouflage uniform is worn with an extra pair of matching combat uniform and boots.
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