Ugandan man who bears striking resemblance to ex-Kenyan president Kibaki sets social media abuzz

Ugandan man who bears striking resemblance to ex-Kenyan president Kibaki sets social media abuzz

An Ugandan man recently left Kenyans excited because of his very uncanny resemblance to Kenya’s most iconic president Mwai Kibaki.

These days, it is virtually impossible for any striking photo or statement to go unnoticed by curious Kenyans and on Tuesday, February 19, it was an interesting photo of a Kabaka of Uganda which caught netizens’ eyes.

Ugandan man who bears striking resemblance to retired president Kibaki sets social media abuzz

Ugandan man who bears striking resemblance to retired president Kibaki sets social media abuzz. Photo: Sibongile

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The photo which Legit.ng has since assessed is of Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II - a King of Buganda which is a constitutional kingdom in modern-day Uganda.

Cheeky Kenyans,however, tried to convince the online masses that the photo belonged to Mwai Kibaki’s long lost son who wanted a reunion which is of course false.

That, however, did not take away Kenyans’ desire to poke some fun at Kibaki’s ‘twin’.

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Kibaki, who will go down in history as the third president of Kenya, will be clocking 88 years in 2019, and probably has no idea that his more youthful photos are being compared to those of a Bugandan Kabaka.

Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that a Catholic church recently gifted Kenya's president, Uhuru Kenyatta, with a sculptor of Mary to protect him.

The president was presented a huge sculpture of Mary, the mother of Jesus, which according to the church leaders was meant to protect the Head of State. While handing over the idol to the president, the church leader who was leading the gift handover noted it was in line with the church's patronage.

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