Flamboyant Nairobi businessman Jamal Ibrahim, alias Ibrahim Roho Safi, is the chairman of the matatu association in Kenya. He is known for his lavish high-end living. He is one hardworking young man who keeps soaring higher and higher.
Recently, the Kenyan tea master Edgar Obare exposed one of the most virtuous businesses in Kenya that involve money laundering thus named wash wash. A list of Kenyan-known celebrities is among those in the crew however some have come out avoiding the topic like a plague and denying the allegations of being part of it. Jimal Roho Safi is one of them.
Jimal shared a picture of his and a friend in some high-end barbershop which he cautioned, 'Longtime nice to see you, bro.' One fan went to make a joke about the post and commented with a 'wash wash' text. This prompted Jimal to respond to the come blasting that he doesn't entertain such jokes as he is a hardworking serious businessman most probably where he gets his funds from.
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