If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across John Demathew at some point. He was a social media influencer and a Kikuyu Benga musician who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers. John was married to two wives who are Sarafina DeMathew and Caroline Demathew who is the second wife.
John died three years ago in a road accident which left Kenyans mourning. Some minutes ago, his second wife Caroline has posted on her Facebook official page announcing that she is selling her car which she was gifted by the late John Demathew during the valentine day.
She said that if you love something you should let it go and set it free. She went ahead and said that the car was a sentimental gift by the legend back in the days. She announced that she is set to sell the car which raised Kenyans reactions. Many Kenyans were urging her not to sell the car but rather give it out if she doesn't want it since according to Kenyan culture we don't sell gifts. What is your view on this?
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