A photo of mkokoteni with the same number plate as a high-end car has made Kenyans talk on social media.
The sugarcane vendor had branded his cart with the exact number place of Toyota V8. Based on the number plate, the car operates in Uganda.
The photo has since gone viral on social media, sparking mixed reactions, with a majority of Kenyans saying the dreams of the sugarcane vendor are valid.
Joe Obola: Someone tell me what happened here
Catherine Catherine: Wow what's the story???
Ken Biko: Double registration, is Ugandan NTSA aware of this...
Jackie Mumbua: One day he will own a car in Jesus mighty name
Mary Millo: DREAMS ARE VALID
Ajof Bazuu: To own a V8, you need to be at the right place, at the right time, with the right skills and make the right decision. You also need the right government policies that promote economic growth & development. Prayers, dreaming & endless politicking will not solve mwanainchi’s problems.
Mumo Peters Peters: That is faith👏👏claim ua car in Jesus name
Kennedy Kariuki: May God see him through
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