"Na Si Mnatuonea" K24 Kenya TV Station Responds To This Meme That Has Surfaced Online About Them
By MimiNaWewe | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 8949 views
K24 Tv, is a Kenyan TV station established in 2007 and launched on 4th February, 2008. It was the first Kenyan TV station to stream live on internet. K24 is the best station in Kenya because they update Kenyans on latest Trending stories.
K24 facebook page has been on high alert reporting stories of men dying with their "side chicks" while they are doing the act. K24 fans were quick to notice and they created memes about K24 not failing to report the news of men dying in the act.
K24 today on their Facebook page responded sarcastically to that meme that has been going viral. They responded by posting the meme and they added a caption saying "Na Si Mnatuonea".
This has elicited mixed reactions from Netizens. Most said keep up with Good work of Informing us. Here are some of the reactions.
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