Young Boy's Phone Call To His 'Wife' Wows Kenyans (VIDEO)
By mungajane | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 2 views
A young boy has taken the internet by storm for his perfect skills in the entertainment industry. In a video that is going round on the social media, the boy is making a phone call to and speaking to a driver.
The boy is telling driver how he has left house and he is heading to Murang'a county. He therefore want the driver to pick his (boy's) wife from and take her to him. The boy later makes another call to his 'wife' addressing her as ' Wanie' loosely translated as 'mine' and tell her that she will be picked by another driver.
The boys is just lying to the wife and the dtiv3 that his vehicle is almost drying up the fuel since he is just seated with another child. The two are even having some food on the table ready to eat. This video has made many to react with some going toman extent of anticipating that this is how the boy hear the adult charting in phone calls.
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