Barbour's shops are among the busiest shops in Kenya. Every day people flood these shops to get their hair trimmed. Human hair grows naturally. The necessity of keeping the hair well trimmed is on high demand given the emergence of new technology which has seen many people become internet users. Who doesn't want to look good on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram among other social network sites. The use of this sites has led to emergence of an internet community that everyday comes with new hairstyle to look unique among their peers.
Well, something unique is happening in Kenya which is getting the attention of Kenyans. The entry of foreigners from Rwanda, Burundi and Congo into Kenyan market. This foreigners seem to have saturated most barbershops more so in the capital Nairobi. The locals seems to be loosing this business to foreigners whom according to one Netizen have entered the market by storm.
This act has elicited reactions from Kenyans who have shown their disappointment in local Barbour's believing that its them that have made foreigners dominate. According to Kenyans, the Rwandee's, Congolese and Burundi's offer exemplary services that have left Kenyans wanting to visit their shop's. Here are reactions.
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