A 'locomotive' house in Gathanji, Nairobi has gone viral this morning attracting social media stir.
This is after a video got shared by Popular Facebook group Sikika Road safety showing group of men carrying it along the road.
According to admin the owner of the house situated along Githunguri Road wake up and decided to shift it across the road which has in turn blocked the road causing heavy traffic.
What has surprised Kenyans is the material used to build the big house such that it could be Carried around and be laid down without wasting it's former state.
Some were even suggesting the owner of the house as former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu went viral sometimes back suggesting unmovable objects such as rivers could be shifted.
Mike Ferguson, " Only in Kenya were a three bedroom house with a master bedroom is movable 😂. My thoughts to kenha next time move the roads also."
Shukrani wa Joseph, " Does the house belong to baba yao, the great Waititu coz he is the legend in I've heard conversing In movement of structures and nature 😂."
Enos Okoth, " How possible is this claim? Are the walls made of sheets or blocks. What of the foundation were there any?"
Edgar Edgar, " You're Concerned about the traffic?😂
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