A credible source, Mpasho has taken to their Facebook page to report that a survey carried out by Kenya Bureau of Statistics on the mental health of Kenyans has indicated that one in every four Kikuyu is stressed.
However, Mpasho stated that Mwalimu King'ang'i jokingly said that the reason why one in every 4 Kikuyus are stressed is because no matter how much money they get, they never get satisfied.
When Mpasho shared the news, Kenyans reacted on their comment section and below is what some of them said,
@Kibole Mwamvua, "The lack of a potential presidential candidate from the region is another contributing factor."
@Aldes Livaha, "Waluhya sisi bora tumeshiba hakuna kitu inatupeanga stress"
@Daniel Akoto, "And Luos are the happiest people in the universe no matter what!"
@Mathew Mwaura, "We are the"dont just sit there do something -" we don't live to eat we eat to live as we tackle the haddles below the sun, keep the fire burning wasapiri"
@Daniel Lugz, "They r business guys, so economy sio fiti, biashara ina landi.. So next time mki vote weka akili kido....mbele. Na besha zitapatikana"
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