Renowned content creators and internet sensations, The Wajesus family made up of Kabi and Milly Wajesus have recently revealed how they spent millions of cash on a politician friend who had motives of utilizing the fortune in his campaign rallies. As fate would have it, the friend later won the seat in a magnificent manner rendering them revelling.
The couple revealed the news in a viral video while enjoying a ride in their luxurious car. As seen in the clip, the duo were in high spirits as Milly asked Kabi to tell their fans how they spent the money.
However, Kabi who didn't like the question dodged it claiming it was not a good idea since people won't believe their sentiments either.
It took the druthers of Milly to answer the question and she revealed that they entrusted the friend with ksh 7 million since they knew him to portray a sense competence.
"There was a friend of us who was aspiring and they needed our support and how we spent the ksh 7 milllion. We thank God that they won," she said.
Although they didn't reveal the friend's identity or gender, one can allude it must be a very skillful individual in terms leadership and has a great sense of humour.
See how Kenyans who couldn't hep their thoughts have commented;
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