Comedian Alexander Josphat has left mourners into laughter after claiming why he did not wear his Maasai shuka to the burial of the late Gibson Gathu Mbugua.
According to the video, Alexander claimed that he intended to wear his normal Maasai shuka but he could not because of the cold weather that could not allow, he also claimed that the tradions of the Maasai dictates that when wearing such shukas it is not allowed to wear any other clothes from inside hence he could have been hit hard by the cold weather.
"Kama mnavyofahamu mimi huigiza na shuka lakini Leo nimeavoid kuja na shuka Kwa sababu ya baridi, unajua ukivaa shuka hakuna nguo ingine ndani, sisi kwenye tumetoka uko Kajiado na uko Narok hiyo shuka ni utamadini na huwezi vaa hiyo utamadini na nguo ingine inayoonekana Bali isiyookenaka," Comedian Alexander said arousing laughter and cheers from the mourners.
Alexander had joined other veteran comedians in Nyandarua in paying the final send off the late Gibson Gathu Mbugua who was also a comedian who died few days ago.
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