Man speaks out after comparisons with late Kibra MP Ken Okoth
- The man, who has since been identified only by his Twitter name Sitati, was spotted among a team of Kenyans in Vienna, Austria, cheering on world marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge during the INEOS 1:59 challenge.
A Kenyan man with an uncanny resemblance to late Kibra Member of Parliament Ken Okoth on Saturday lit up the internet.
The man, who has since been identified only by his Twitter name Sitati, was spotted among a team of Kenyans in Vienna, Austria, cheering on world marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge during the INEOS 1:59 challenge.
Sitati was seen in various photos taken by Kenyan dignitaries who had travelled to Vienna on behalf of the government to show support for Kipchoge.
The photos excited Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) as a section of them even wondered, albeit lightly so, whether Mr. Okoth was still alive while some jokingly asked him to resume his duty as Kibra MP.
Ken Okoth was in Vienna pic.twitter.com/mP6lHyteJW
— Kevin Machosi (@KevinMachosi) October 13, 2019
At first When i saw this i was like 🤔😳? Is me me or its Ken Okoth? pic.twitter.com/wZ6FeGGzUS
— Omari Bamzer (@BamzerOmari) October 12, 2019
Kenyans you are creative ,talented and hardworking. To the extent mnaona ken Okoth.Meanwhile ajitokeze aseme kama ni ghost ama his twin brother. pic.twitter.com/IzIZol2yrF
— Paul Nyamweya (@PaulNya46607473) October 12, 2019
— torisotoriso (@Lincoln_Torris) October 12, 2019
It's either Ken Okoth is alive or the person smiling is his photocopy. pic.twitter.com/iGlKAQoKQg
— Almamy Kalumanzillaa※ (@AlmamyMoha) October 12, 2019
We believe there is life after death .Ken okoth spotted in Vienna pic.twitter.com/8YLWOUEV2t
— Escudero Derrique .A (@athing_derrick) October 12, 2019
The man has finally come out to speak saying he is neither Ken Okoth, nor is he related to the late lawmaker in any way.
— Sitati (@amolaken) October 12, 2019
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