An unidentified flamboyant man has caused a stir on social media after he was caught on camera being picked by a chopper in Naivasha to beat the traffic.
The WRC has attracted a huge number of crowds who were thrilled about the return of the rally after a 19- year absence.
This has seen huge traffic snarl-ups on the roads in Naivasha with fans pouring in at the event. This led to the Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) offering alternative routes when plying the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.
The wealthy man left his Mercedes Benz G-Wagon in Naivasha and boarded a chopper to Nairobi.
In a video shared online, some young men who had attended the rally event are heard admiring the flamboyant man as he boards the chopper.
“Watu hawana jokes hii Kenya. Mtu anaacha G-Wagon anaboard chopper”( there are some people who don’t joke in this country. Someone has just left his Mercedes G-Wagon and boarded a chopper,” a young man is heard saying in the background.
Check out the video.
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