Larry is the Nairobi-Based CNN correspondent. He had reported the effect of the coronavirus on tourism. The talented Huruma crew had locally reflected his broadcast.
They used local resources to perfectly impersonate the broadcast. Larry reposted their clip with the caption," These Huruma kids have done it again. This is the coolest thing to ever happen to any story I have ever done."
The clip has sparked mixed reactions online. Some of the their comments read:
Georgie: 😂😂😂 Their attention to detail! The seat belt sign.
Eugene: the flamingos bit 😂😂😂.
Capt: It's the edit for me.
Owino: They have made my day 😂😂😂.
Netizens continue to shower the kids with praises for their outstanding character.Here is the link to the post:
They had earlier on impersonated Larry's reporting session in BBC news.
They had also impersonated the veteran Citizen Television hosts and presenters Loulou Hassan and Rashid Abdalla.
These kids have mastered the skill of impersonating every trending fact worldwide.
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