Kenyans have reacted after Awinja enjoys warm embrace after thrilling dance with Mzungu man in Qatar. According to the report shared by the reliable sources, former Papa Shirandula actress actress Jacky Vike, Awinja has been entertaining her fans with her hilarious antics in Qatar. Impressively, Awinja cracked the ribs of her followers and fans after she was seen hawking Mukhombero and peanuts to the football supporters in Qatar.
She has also been spotted in her comical trademark outfit comprising a petticoat, football boots and socks.
Jack Vike also known as Awinja has impressed her followers and fans with her moves as she tango danced with a Mzungu man during a world cup match in Qatar.
Awinja is part of a group of influencers who are in Doha, Qatar, courtesy of the "Twende Qatar na Odibet" promotion. The multalented actress is also one of the leading betting firm's brand ambassadors.https://www.facebook.com/438216603021915/posts/pfbid022E9pbRAMSsNpaRPQEbYtTQ9UwniEByqyJzuJtU4HcPav9gxEPq5rWmJzx7HNor71l/?app=fbl
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