According to the sources Kenyan Kamba TV presenter well known as Bosco Mutuku elias ''Ututi Wa Kyuma'' has left Kenyans talking after revealing how much his super with his colleagues cost in Hotel Westland's. According to the celebrated TV presenter, it costed him fifteen thousands for their meal in the expensive hotel. However, the famous musician who is also graduate from Nairobi university took to his social media to reveal about the expensive meal. He shared a photo having a super and said the following in the caption.
According to the sources this comes just over a week after Willy Paul disclosed that she forks up more than fifty thousand pesos for her meal. This demonstrates that the majority of Kenya's famous people aspire to lead opulent lifestyles and spend their money on the finest things that the world has to offer.
Meanwhile, Kenyans have stepped forward to voice their opinions in response to his message, and one of his fans stated that "This is the challenge that the economy of Kenya is currently experiencing''. A large population that has very low purchasing power relative to its size. We anticipate that your class will generate a higher purchasing power for our wares, as the underprivileged continue to exist. Below are some of his photos with Willies Raburu and Kenny Bizzo.
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