Kenyans are always alert and sensitive when it comes to social media trendings. They can make something out of nothing and that is their nature.
Just over the last week, ‘nitakufinya’ has been a common phrase among Kenyans especially on social media. This is after a video clip of a man threatening another went viral.
In the video clip, Matendechere is heard threatening Musyoka who was exposing how slum residents use electricity illegally, by telling him ‘nitakufinya’.
Therefore, the video was not taken recently but rather, it had taken over a decade for it to go viral. Earlier today, the duo landed a lucrative deal from a flour milling company to be it's brand ambassador.
This are not the only Kenyan duos who have benefited from the power of social media. Other Kenyans who have been lucky include Githeri Man, Ugali Man among many others.
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