Kithure Kindiki, a member of the Kenyan Jubilee Party and now former Senate Deputy Speaker, reportedly flew a helicopter to a site in order to help with construction of school being built with mud.
Recently, pictures of the politician walking away from a yellow-colored helicopter circulated over the social media space which has sparked reactions from Africans.
In the pictures, one can see Kindiki seeming to have stopped by at the construction site and walking away from the helicopter in a majestic manner dressed in a simple pair of shirt and denim.
In another frame of the pictures, the former Deputy speaker is seen mashing the mud in preparation for its usage bare feet with his jean rolled up towards his knees.
Photographs of the building walls constructed with mud also accompanied the posts that circulated online. The integrity of such a structure might be brought into question by civil engineers if a thorough building analysis is carried out.
Kithure Kindiki was sworn in as the Kenyan Senate Deputy Speaker in 2017 but was recently ousted from his sit in a heated debate after 54 senators out of a total of 67 voted him out for accusations of party disloyalty.