For the better part of this month, a Kisumu man dealing in mitumba merchandise has
greatly made rounds on the internet. Sande Mayau who sells second hand clothes near the Kisumu Town round about and Kisumu Boys High School has astounded Kenyans by his unique marketing skills. In a span of two weeks, Sande has garnered over 7, 000 followers on Instagram thanks to his unmatched comic skills. Moreover, he has received various recognitions from top blogs and a few celebrities.
Well, as he always markets his goods at the Kisumu market; Sande literally don ladies' outfits as he also assumes the character, he does it in such a unique way that brings out the comic and marketing strategy in him. Apparently, Kenyans especially from Kisumu have been streaming in at his premise to have a glimpse of the viral sensation.
Just after his video was shared by Nairobi Gossip blog, Mayau might be the next hefty headline after comedian Jalang' o also hinted interest in helping him.
Speaking through his Instagram and Facebook pages, Jalang' o shared a video of Sande as he asked his fans what could be done to help the talented salesman. Apparently, Jalang' o has been lately identifying viral sensations and awarding them courtesy of the " Odinare challenge. "
" Situation moja odinare, huyu tuambie Odibets imfanyie nini. " Jalang' o inquired.
Well, most netizens suggested that the radio presenter should help Sande to secure a lucrative TV advertisement. Moreover, others also urged the Comedian to finance his mitumba business and help him acquire high quality merchandise.
" Huyu mnunulie mitumba grade 1 pale Gikomba. Huyu ako na bidii ingine kali. " A fan commented.
However, Jalang' o has not yet specific the big favour he will roll out for the hardworking salesman. Interestingly, the viral sensation has also launched a YouTube channel where he shares all his comic videos that he does while selling. What a business strategy. May the industrious Sande Mayau succeed in all his endeavours.
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