• They were dressed in beige overalls fitted with the Kenyan flag on the left hand side and a label bearing their names.
• Both leaders also wore identical beige caps and boots.
Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and Suna East MP Junet Mohamed excited Kenyans with matching outfits as they attended the Azimio la Umoja one coalition final rally at Kasarani stadium.
They were dressed in beige overalls fitted with the Kenyan flag on the left hand side and a label bearing their names.
Both leaders also wore identical beige caps and boots.
The two had come under fire this week after DPP Noordin Haji asked Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to investigate them over a doctored video published on their Twitter handles.
The video published on Tuesday was manipulated to show that Deputy President William Ruto was profiling certain ethnic communities residing in Rift Valley and declaring shame on them.
The DPP said the probe will also look into an audio clip that was alleged to be a recorded phone call between Junet and an IEBC commissioner.
Haji said the probe should be conducted swiftly as the impugned materials could sow seeds of discord.
Joho who has finished his second term as Mombasa Governor will serve as the CS for Land if Raila Odinga wins the presidential elections.
Junet on the other hand is defending his seat back in Suna.