Fun turned to a worst nightmare to a certain girl who was on a trip to Naivasha in the company of the so said Subaru boys before she was left behind with no means back home. They were in Naivasha to witness the World Rally Championship that were slated for this weekend as well as having fun. The championship was returning to Africa after 19 years of absence.
The girl who is captured in a video is seen lying down, drunk and unconscious by her Subaru boys. Luckily, some good Samaritans picked her up, dragged her to a motorcycle before riding her out of the scene to a medical center to be checked on. Use this link to watch the video:https://twitter.com/RobertAlai/status/1409361004191010818?s=09
Many Netizens have criticized both the lady and the man who left her for allegedly painting a bad picture about Kenya. Here are some of the reactions.
French driver Sebastian Ogier emerged the winner of the WRC rally after longtime leader Thierry Neuville’s dreams were shattered alongside his car’s suspension.
WRC3 leader Onkar Rai was Kenya’s best performer at seventh, ahead of fellow support category drivers Karan Patel and Carl Tundo.
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