Classic 105 breakfast show Host Maina Kageni toured Machakos County in his "TembeaTujengeKenya" adventure. Maina Kageni has made Kenyans to keep talking after he posted a photo of his own son together with his co-host Mwalimu King'angi famously known as Churchill. Maina Kageni caption the photo by saying Churchill has finally met his son.
Churchill was holding Maina Kageni's son up high as they posed for the photo smiling. The photo was taken behind a swimming pool. Netizens reacted by asking Maina Kageni where is the son's mother. Netizens were now assured that the son posted with Churchill, was Maina Kageni's.
(Photo| Maina's Post)
Earlier Maina Kageni was seen talking to Machakos Governor and he said that Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua inspires him the most. Netizens speculated that Maina Kageni and Churchill are at Machakos together. Here are the mixed reactions from Netizens after photo of Churchill holding Maina Kageni's son surfaced online.
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