Check Out How The Akurinu Boy Maina Was Received Back By People In Naivasha.
A few months ago there was a trending boy called Maina who was trending on all social media sites due to his comic nature while talking and also he showed a high level of intelligence despite the fact he was very young.
Maina and his family were languishing in poverty to a point that this boy did not afford to go to school due to a lack of school fees. Maina was hawking shoes in the market where he was being paid 50 shillings a day.
After his video trend online, Karangu Wa Muraya and his team decided to help him by building his family a good house because theirs was raining inside and it was about to collapse. Now, this house was finished and Maina and Karangu went to open it.
Maina was received by his neighbors and friends at Naivasha like a king, he was in a Prado TX which is a big and expensive car. People were chanting and singing happily saying that Maina is a blessing and has brought blessings to his family.
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