Reactions As Nick Odhiambo Shows His Shoes Worth Ksh. 16000
By Andy411 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1039 views
Radio Presenter, Nick Odhiambo has caused a stir online after he posted his new shoes Worth Ksh.16,000.
After the post was made, fans were very excited about the cost of the shoe. They could not not keep quiet at all. Some hilariously asked him how he could spend all that in a shoe.
Many celebrities especially those in journalism industry, dig deeper into their pockets in order to dress themselves properly. In order to look more modern and stylish, they have to pay the price. It is believed that many of these journalists are paid a lot of money. However, a great deal of their salaries goes into dressing.
Nick Odhiambo is believed to lead a flamboyant lifestyle. He has confessed this so many times. During an interview with another presenter, Jalango, Nick confessed that each other year, he buys himself a new car to celebrate his birthday.
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