Kenyan comedian and Ntv Kenya Presenter Felix Omondi, popularly known by his stage name as Dr. King'ori from his popular tv show The Wicked Edition has caused a stir online after claiming that his photo should be used on the Kenyan currency to enable Kenyans reduce their spending and save more online.
Writing on his Facebook page on Sunday, Dr. King'ori claimed that if the Kenyan a Thousand shilling note had his face on it, the value of the currency would be higher, and that Kenyans would be saving more. A post which has illicited mixed Reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his thoughts.
" With this image money will have respect to our pockets and stay longer. No trader will develop enthusiasm for our money." A comment read.
"Wasichana hawangependa pesa walai ." A comment read.
"To show Kenyans the face you have to put on before overspending. " a comment read.
" kenyan Kanye west. " a comment read.
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