Comedian Njugush has left her fans on social media in stitches after he shared a video clip of him together with his wife and son. He was acting out concerning how hawkers behave with kids toys when they see.
Njugush played the role of a hawker while Wakavinye his wife played as the mother of the kid. In normal situation just as he did, the hawkers always force the kids with the toys knowing that they cannot refuse to have fun with any of them.
When it reaches to such a situation, the parents are left with no option but opt to buy the toys for their kids. This helps them not to be embarrassed since they are always in public and failing to buy a mere toy will make them feel ashamed.
Netizens reacted to this post as majority of them bursted into laughter after they related with what always happen in real life situation when they go to the market places. Check out on the other reaction that were made on social media.
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