Nairobi tycoon, Jimal Marlow have received a message from his younger sister after he posted a picture of himself on his social media platforms. The chairman of Matatu Sacco shared a post on his platforms showing him in an official outfit. Jimal Marlow revealed that he is vying for Nairobi gubernatorial seat. Well, the aspiring politician have just received a message from Leila: his younger sister who commented on his post on Instagram.
Jimal Marlow shared a post on his Instagram timeline while wearing a grey suit. The chairman wore an official outfit: grey suit, white shirt and yellow tie. Well, just after Leila saw this, she sent a message on the comment section by telling Marlow that this is how he should dress. The celebrity's sister told him that he looked handsome in that outfit therefore he should maintain it.
Leila went ahead and urged his brother to continue giving thanks to God for good life. She concluded by telling Jimal that God will protect his endeavours. Here is the full post.
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