A man by the name Karisa Kaingu was speaking to Ntv Station, he said just like the way he was born without shoes and never got to see his father having them, he has never won shoes even on his own wedding.
"I never saw my father wearing shoes. This is my shoes. I don't want any shoes," he said pointing his bare foot.
He is always barefooted even when he is at his day-to-day work like farming and he never gets pricked by thorns.
Despite his believe of not wearing shoes, he allowed his wife and children to wear shoes.
He does not care when people stares at him. Tuko news reposted the story on their Facebook page which left members of the public left hilarious comments.
"Shoes is not the problem it is lack of knowledge," Aluma Emmanuel Wandera wrote.
Kennie Faith thought people are burried without shoes.
"Nothing new, most Kilifians they don't wear shoes and they can walk kilometers without shoes and they are the strongest people I know," Mercynde Very said.
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