This evening, the public has taken to Kenyan creative genius Catherine Jepkemboi famously known as Minicheps Facebook page and praised her after she posted her latest photoshopped picture. Minicheps is widely known in the country for her extremely unique talent when it comes to photoshops. Taking to her Facebook page, Minicheps has this evening posted a photo of a gigantic hand with the caption "Naskia somebody raised their hands in favour na mafuta ya gari ikapanda bei". In the photo, an old vaseline body oil bottle is seen. Behind it is the famous 'Arimis' body oil bottle acting as the body to complete to what looks like an oil tanker. The creative guru also used three ten shilling-coins to make tyres for tanker.The public was quickly impressed by her art and below are some of their reactions.
Mariah "This is dope. More crowns to that creativity ".
Mullah "Creativity on another level".
Felix "Creativity of the highest level ".
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