Mwanaisha Abdallah popularly known as Nyota Ndogo is one of the celebrated personalities in Kenya. She has been an internet sensation as she has been flaunting her social life online as sometimes she has been seeking advice from her fans whenever there is a controversial topic affecting her.
In the latest development, Nyota Ndogo is in pain after she lost her phone last night. She says that someone stole her phone and it contained very important data and information which are vital in her life.
Instead of letting go and choose to buy a new phone, Nyota Ndogo has decided that she wants the exact phone. She says that she will refund the amount of money she used to buy the phone to anyone who will bring back the phone to her.
According to Nyota Ndogo, she says that she is willing to give out Kshs. 15,000 to anyone who will give her back her phone.
This comes a time when losing a phone is regarded as one of the most painful thing that can happen to you.
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