Renowned Administration Police Officer by the name Sammy Ngare has Left many Kenyans praising the police commander who had joined local residents in a dance. According to the video he shared on his Facebook account, Kisii county commander Francis Kooli was in a meeting with local residents in a certain village when the locals sang and danced to welcome him.
Kooli who was in his official police uniform at first was seen clapping and the dancers continued singing but when the dance caught his attention, he joined the crew. The dance is very unique and humerus to make anyone watching the video to laugh loudly.
"Kuna watu wako na talents lakini wanalalia tu. Oneni huyu boss wangu county commander Kisii Francis Kooli. Talanta tunayo hatuna? (People have talents but don't know how to use them. Take a look at my boss, county commander Kisii Francis Kooli)," posted Ngare. His followers on Facebook came to his comment section and praised Francis Kooli for his dancing skills.
"Mpaka natamani kujoin hako kadance, kameweza. (I feel like joining them,)" Dj Bunney254.
Watch the video by clicking the link below.
Source, Facebook, Sammy Ngare.
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