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Pesa Otas: Mulamwah Posts an Old Video of Him Flaunting Wads Of Cash While Enjoying Githeri

๐™‡๐™ž๐™ฃ๐™ : Mulamwah, who is known for flaunting cash on social media, is at it again.Not so long ago, Mulamwah shared a video of himself holding wads of notes and disclosed he was going to buy his first-ever piece of land.The comedian noted he got all the money from comedy, encouraging upcoming comedians not to give up.The professional nurse-turned-comedian and businessman is visiting his grandmother upcountry in Kitale, Trans Nzoia County.Mulamwah shared a series of videos showing him sitting down in a banana plantation, eating githeri, while counting notes in KSh 1,000 denominations.Mulamwah recently revealed that he planned to utilise the funds to purchase his first piece of property. He emphasised that humour has provided him with all of his wealth, encouraging aspiring and established comedians not to give up.

Mulamwa said that so far he has invested in 15 bodabodas in Trans Nzioia and is also expecting more soon.

With 15 motorbikes this translates to around Sh4,500 per day or Sh135,000 per month.

With the money, Mulamwah is able to support his siblingsโ€™ school fees, his grandmother and other upcoming comedians.

Mulamwah's recent claims of wearing an outfit that cost more than Sh50,000 left netizens wondering where the comedian gets all that money.

In a short interview with content creator Champagne Clarence, the comedian was asked about the value of his shoes. He claimed they had approximately cost Sh16,000.

In a video shared on his Instagram stories, he said the Gucci shoes were bought outside the country.

A section of Kenyans, however, were critical of the video. One Kenyan said that by flaunting his wealth, he was attracting burglars. Another advised him not to ask Kenyans to help him pay expenses in the future if he ran out of money.

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