See the Price of Getting a shave at Betty Kyallo's Barbershop
By factfiles | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 23315 views
As at now I know you are wondering of the numbers that this barbershop charges, remember you have seen Baba aka Rails Odinga the former Prime Minister of Kenya and the leader of the opposition party, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) taking a shave from the parlour.
Just few days after the former KTN and K24 news anchor launched her new barbershop in Nairobi, She has come out and posted the price of the same on twitter handle.
I know 90% of Kenyans thought that the price was more than Ksh. 2500 like most of the high end barbershops.
The other 10% of Kenyans thought of Ksh. 1000 or below and yes those Kenyans were correct.
The classic executive barbershop in town is one of the most affordable barbershop around with the prices going for as little as Ksh.800.
This was confirmed after Betty Kyalo confirmed it by posting the price as below.
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