Comedian jemutai has spark hilarious reactions after, she posed a question to her Facebook fanbase
In the question, jemutai asked every person to confirm their location, before inquiring if there was anyone along Thika road.
Yesterday motorists plying the busy Thika superhighway route faced a rough time after surpassing the 8:00 P.M curfew time set by president Uhuru Kenyatta.
It took the intervention of Detective jane mugo, as she took to her Facebook page to post about a vehicle alleged to have beenrushing the pregnant woman to hospital before it got stuck in the traffic, for the police to pave way for the traffic.
Jemutai comedian knew other people might find themselves in situation similar to yesterday's as she posed, her inquisitive question.
Netizens replies were hilarious as they talk about some of the non-existent roads such as Swimming pool, Raila Odinga street, fig-trees among other ridiculous replies.
Below are screenshots of the netizen's replies to the comedian's question, check them below.
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