Flamboyant Nairobi lawyer Donald Kipkorir has launched a scathing attack that is apparently targeted at Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.
On his social media posts, Mr Kipkorir seemed not impressed by Zuckerberg’s display of simplicity through his mode of dressing and decision to have lunch at a not so fancy restaurant in Nairobi.
According to the flashy lawyer, the Facebook CEO’s actions were just a public relations stunt used by rich individuals in the society on the poor.
“Billionaires wear “simple clothes” or once in a while go to a simple fish restaurant, as part of reverse psychology to blindside the poor,” Kipkorir tweeted.
On Friday, Lawyer Kipkorir indicated that he would not change to conform with the “simple clothes” a style synonymous with the Facebook CEO.
“On a Friday, we dress down in non-lawyer suits. Some may want us to dress in “simple clothes” like that atheist! For those of us that are believers and blessed and never inherited or stolen, we will celebrate our blessings every day. Our God demands that we celebrate our blessings and make our acts of charity private,’” he said.
Zuckerberg landed in Kenya on Thursday and impressed many with the simplicity and humility he demonstrated through his laid back mode of dressing and indulging a meal in a modest food joint.