The short clasp, which was shared by mainstream Kenyan entertainer Pascal Tokodi, shows President Kenyatta walking alone while wearing a couple of dark pants, an extravagant shirt, and a dark face veil.
The video, posted on Tokodi's Instagram page on Wednesday night, has since collected in excess of 165,000 perspectives. It was likewise shared on many occasions on other web-based media stages.
"I was driving along State House street and I saw the president strolling and before I could sit down to talk with him, his security detail came and pursued us away on the grounds that we were holding traffic," he said. An insane Tokodi, who was in the organization of a companion in the vehicle, can be heard mentioning the Head of State to watch a program that he stars in.
"How are you, sir… Oh wow. What! Have a decent day. Ona Selina (watch Selina) Maisha Magic East," a thrilled Tokodi discloses to Mr. Kenyatta. The president is heard reacting, "Asante. Nimeona." He at that point waves Tokodi off. The video has left Kenyans isolated with some supporting the entertainer for "advancing his hustle" and others condemning him for not asking "more genuine inquiries".
Kenyan actor Pascal Tokodi.
On Twitter, both "Selina" and "Pascal Tokodi" were top-moving themes independently. Guarding the entertainer, writer Ferdinand Omondi said Kenyans simply love being furious.
"Pascal Tokodi requested that the President watch Selina. He is an entertainer. That is his hustle. That is an engaged person for me. Additional focuses for not asking for freebies. President was going for a stroll. Indeed, even he needs a couple of moments off Kenya's misfortunes," he said.
"Pascal Tokodi (Nelson) disclosing to President Uhuru Kenyatta to watch "Selina", a show wherein he is the lead entertainer shows us that we actually have entertainers who are not beggars, and unequivocally have confidence in their hustles," added Daniel Maithya.
In any case, Philip Etemessy asked why individuals were guarding the entertainer. "It is extremely unlikely you can shield Pascal Tokodi. He lives in an air pocket subsequently he had no objection to make to the president," he said.
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