Everyone in the village believed there was a lion hiding in a hedge. Rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service arrived on the scene ready to apprehend the beast, only to discover it was a Carrefour lion-branded bag thus cooling fears.
Meru is well known for khat (miraa) agriculture and so many people in the comment section felt that villagers were high on khat.
VDJ Jones aired his opinions and said walikuwa jabaa. Dj Joe Mfalme asked guys to leave people from meru alone him included. Mungai eve shared so many laugh emojis.
Shaq the Youngin felt watu wa village zao zimeshika.
Personally, as a marketer, I feel Carrefour created such a bag to create attention about their brand because the bag looks unique, and when placed where vegetation is, it synchronizes itself with the surroundings thus attracting attention.
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