Meet George Dufanda Lucky Barber Who Shaves Governor Joho For Ksh 10,000 Per Shave
By #ruto | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 8085 views
Mombasa County governor Hassan Joho is the most stylish politician in the country. He sharply dresses and he will always be spotted because of his stylish hairstyles and the way his beards are shave.
But who is behind his sharp and decent hairstyles? The man behind sharp haircut is George Dufanda a congelese national who operate barbers shop in Nairobi city. Speaking to Radio Citizen radio presenter Mzazi M Tuva George Dufanda said that he is normally paid Ksh 10,000 per shave whenever he shaves governor Hassan Joho.
He also said whenever the Flamboyant governor want a shave, he is contacted by governors assistant and he usually go to governors Nairobi house where he does his magic. Dufanda also said that whenever he shaves governor Hassan Joho they don't engage in any conversation but he added that governor Joho is a good person as he always encourage him to keep working hard.
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