Kenyan comedian Henry Desagu has left citizens cracking ribs following the post he shared on his official Facebook page. Desagu is a fast growing online comedian changing the comedy industry into other levels. His unique way of content creation has always been lauded by Kenyans.
On Sunday May 2, Desagu shared a video on his timeline revealing that he finally visited China. He stated, "My first day in China."
However, the comedian was not really in China but in one of the most prominent Chinese's home. As established from the video, Desagu was busy inquiring about prices of various commodities from a Chinese citizen.￼
The wide spread video has left many Kenyans giving hilarious comments. Jane Mwihaki said, "...and I hop hujaenda kukopa...ukipatana na Jackie Chan, sammo hung, jack yu wu,jetli na Richard Ngee wasalimie sana waambie na wamiss..."
Another Kenyan added, " come for Chinese lessons b4 they start callin u feizola." Most Kenyans have over time loved the flourishing comedy industry with more artists mushrooming. Below is the video link and some comments from Kenyans.
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