Kenyans online have reacted by saying that some people in this world are lucky because of what they have achieve in their life. This came after a famous Radio Host in Kenya said that he has insured his voice for Ksh100 Million. If it happens by bad luck that he lost his voice, he will be paid Ksh100 Million.
(Photo| Maina Kageni)
Maina Kageni who is Classic 105 Presenter has revealed this news and many people reacted hilariously by saying what they wish to insure in their body.
Maina revealed this after his Co-host Mwalimu King'angi asked him what he will do if he lost his trade mark voice.
Maina responded by saying he has insured his voice. He asked Churchill if he has insured his voice and adviced him to do so. His trade mark voice began when he was trying to advertise a product at Capital FM after he came back to Kenya from the UK.
(Photo| Mwalimu King'angi And Maina Kageni)
He was supposed to pay Ksh40,000 for the voice to advertise his product but since she didnot have the money, he said he would do it.
Kenyans reacted hilariously by saying things they wish to insure in their body and asked how they can do this.
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