Kenyans are excited after Nandi senator Samson Cherarigei shared his childhood photo on his social media.
On Thursday, Sep 23, Cherarigei through his verified account published a photo he captioned ‘TBT’ [Throwback Thursday].
In the photo, the ‘young’ Cherarigei was on white clothes, behind him, was flanked by number of people suspected to be family members.
However, netizens had a field day and, responded with comical and hilarious comments.
Hereunder are some comments drawn from Senator’s Facebook page:
Simon Sukuton: your eyes are the same up to now, Hon.
Patrick Yego: Ulikua ukiangalia bei ya mafuta?
David K Mugo: This is hilarious
John Ngeny: Maliza uende home
Kipkorir Wesley Kipsamoindet: Eti unajiita mtetezi! You are an activist
Oliver Kimutai: legend
Poretor Dan Junior: Na kumbe wee ni wa juzi, coloured picture?
Rose Malinde: Wacha ninyamaze tu.
Sammy Wa Njambi: Iyo ni muthiririmo.... Wah, enyewe bei ya mafuta imekua juu kutoka kitambo.
Mercy chess Magufuli: OMG.... wewe ni mtoto wa dynasty mhesh.
Photo Credit: Facebook
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