Linda Ogutu has today been left amazed after a video of top Kenyan comedians surfaced online hilariously criticizing a government project.
Linda Ogutu who is the head of secretariat at Football Kenya Federation and also a journalist at Standard Media Group shared a video of comedian Mamitto, Terrence Creative and Awinja.
Reacting to the video Linda Ogutu laughed out at the lyrics of the song the comedians sang out. In the video the comedian funnily stated that Kenyans' problems should end just the way the flowers have dried up.
Linda Ogutu funnily questioned the way Kenyans find a way to address some important issues as the message is delivered to the relevant stakeholders.
"Lakini Kenyans shida yenu huwa nini? I dont understand you guys 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Hii ni nini?" Linda Ogutu questioned.
Screenshots from the music video:
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