Classic 105 radio presenter Maina Kageni has excited netizens after posting his lunch on social media platforms this holiday. Apparently the media personality who owns a fleet of expensive vehicles and has a well paying job, craves for street made Fries.
He had shared the photo of the meal asking some of his friends and fans to feel free and come join him to dig in the delicious street delicacy. This rare food is seen served with some chopped onions and tomatoes.
The photo of his lunch attracted mixed reactions from netizens. Some people were seen salivating for the fries. They asked him to pin his location. Others were in disbelief that this was his main meal for the lunch. To others this was not enough for a 'man'. Others Questioned why street fries were kept in a foil and have a fork instead of clear polythene bags and with toothpicks.
You can also tell us whether these fries are from the streets in the comments section below.
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