Government Announces The Amount Of Money You Will Have To Pay If You Want Hyenas To Be Named After You In Kenya.
The government of Kenya has announced the amount of money Kenyans and foreigners will pay if they want Hyenas to be named after them. According to Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala any one Kenyan who will want Hyenas get named after them will be required to pay Kshs 2 million shillings in exchange the Hyena naming bragging rights. "Everyone will now pay a total amount of Kshs 2 million for the process," said Balala.
This has left many Kenyans talking as some had to react for the same. "Good work Waziri, keep it up," reacted Evans Samson. "Not surprising, in fact the timing is right for the choice of the animal among many more noble animals in the animal kingdom. Vise vasa the rampant greed Kenya, greed for money, for power, and for fame," reacted another Kenyan.
Last week over 1,000 elephants were given people's names. It is now the turn of Hyenas. What is your take?
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