Kenyan comedienne Awinja Nyamwalo caused a stir at the Al Thumama Stadium on Sunday evening, going the Kenyan way of enjoying a football match at a stadium, by ‘selling’ peanuts and mukhombero to enthusiastic fans who had come to watch the Morocco vs Belgium World Cup match. She is the queen of the comedy as many alleged. The woman is blessed within and she is among those ambassadors chosen to represent Odi in Qatar.
She was selling the peanuts during a match between Morocco and Belgium. The bright woman from Western could not disappoint as she hawked her peanuts and Mukombero in full glance of fans. The comedian is a brand ambassador of Odibets Kenya. She is flying the flag and exposing the fruits of her success. Awinja is part of a group of influencers who are in Doha, Qatar, courtesy of the ‘Twende Qatar na Odibets’ promotion. The multitalented actress is also one of the leading betting firm’s brand ambassadors.
She lined herself up at the entrance of the stadium, where tens of thousands of Morocco fans were thronging the stadium, and all were eager to have a taste of the famous Kenyan snacks, which she was selling at mbao (Sh20). This was one of the hilarious moments of her life. In fact she has no idea about soccer but her influence causes her to fly the flag high.
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