"Kwani Ni Limousine?" Kenyans React After This Elongated Pickup Surfaced Online
By Obedee | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 10004 views
There are several types of vehicles in our country and netizens are always used to common ones which are always in large numbers. We all know of pickups that are from different companies and what we know is that there are those which have double cabins and those with single cabins.
However, through a road safety group known as Sikika, a photo of an elongated pickup was posted and it caused alot of reactions because many people have never seen such a model of a pickup. The pickup was single cabined and had four wheels but its body was as long as a truck.(Photo| courtesy)
Netizens upon seeing the photo reacted in different ways saying that the vehicle may have been made for carrying boats. Others said that it may have been made to carry coffins and other long items. Others said that in Kenya everything is possible so they are not surprised. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
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