Kenyan man lights up the internet with the wheelbarrow narrative
By Lickyfelix | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 191 views
As usual Kenyans are known for their critical witty approaches to any upcoming events. This time they didn't relent. As we approach the 14th day of February dubbed as 'Valentine's day' a Kenyan took to twitter and threw a jab at the political scenario in Kenya by asking the KOT if they would give their girlfriends a wheelbarrow as a Valentine's gift. He further claims that that's the bwat empowerment gift you can give someone at the moment unless you don't want her to be empowered.
As usual Kenyans were fast to respond. Some criticizing him for being an ODM mole who is working hard to tarnish the reputation of the Deputy President. Some arguing it out that even if they bought roses for their girlfriends still they wouldn't be empowered. Some turned it to a business platform to advertise their wheelbarrows for sale.It is a funny encounter. Check this out
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