Truly,hard times are dominating the Kenyan economy leaving the people with no appropriate options than doing what might work at the moment.
This Corona pandemic has affected both classes from the hustling group to the middle class forcing them to invest with the little they have at their exposure.
This comes after a luxurious Rangerover vehicle was spotted in the streets of Kenyan towns hawking fruits so they can maybe sustain the current economic deterioration.
The photo was shared by a controversial Kenyan blogger Cyprian Nyakundi showing the vehicle hawking fruits in a very busy street leaving netizens surprised at how even people with valuable resources can bend to sustain the current status of our economy.
This photo has attracted alot of ridicule and complements from the comments by netizens who have diverse opinions about the decision by the owner of this vehicle.
Check some of the reactions below;
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