enjoying his drink
influencer and photographer Sean Andrew enjoying his drink
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After taking a social media break to observe a period of mourning the late retired president Kibaki, Sean Andrew made a brief cameo to make a very important announcement.

In a series of Insta story posts, the famous Kibaki's grandson said he was still observing a period of mourning and had been asked to let his followers know that there are fake Twitter accounts purporting to be his father, Jimmy Kibaki.

Sean went ahead and linked his father's one and only original Twitter account.

"In still observing a period of mourning, I've been asked to relay the following message," read Sean's post.

He then thanked his fans and his followers for being patient with him during these difficult moments, assuring them that he will make a comeback soon.

once more thank you for your patience during this difficult time, I'll be back soon."


From the moment Kenya's third president Mwai Kibaki died, Kenyans from all walks of life mourned and offered the family incredible support.

Sean Andrew has been receiving overwhelming support and heartwarming messages from his online fans.

A few weeks ago, the content creator and influencer took to his Instagram, posted a photo  of a mounted Kibaki's portrait thanking Kenyans for the incredible support he and their family received.

"Tough day....Thank you all for the support (heart emoji)" he wrote.

In a tweet, Sean Andrew wrote,

"I'm amazed by all the support from you all. From calls, texts, dms... even when we meet. It is Your positivity that is getting us through this and I humbly appreciate you with all my heart"

During Kibaki's funeral, ceremony, Sean Andrew, left tongues wagging with his own unique way of paying tribute to his departed granddad.

When his grandpa was being laid to rest at his Othaya home, Sean was among the Kibaki family that were present at the graveside. 

He took a spade and poured some soil inside the grave. 

Shortly after, Sean handed over the spade and went on to take off a ring from his last finger. He then threw the ring inside the grave and walked away. 

The sign from Sean Andrew has stood out as a unique way of paying tribute to his late grandfather. 

Here is a video of Sean's actions courtesy of Mpasho.