Life coach and pastor Robert Burale has found himself at the centre of criticism after his poster inviting youth for relationship talk and seminar surfaces online. In the poster, Burale has indicated a whooping 12,000 Kenyan shillings entry ticket per person. The event is scheduled to take place at Hilton Park hotel next month.
This exhorbitant fee has sparked mixed reactions for Kenyans online who have accused him of taking advantage of vulnerable young Kenyans for personal gains. Here are some of the comments;
Juma G: People are paying 12k for Burale (who claims to be very single) to tell them how they can beat being single and find a soulmate. Not even pastor Ng'ang'a can save such souls... 12k? Si basi ununue tu mtu nayo!
Dan were: Burale himself is a divorcee. He is single and stays in his home in Karen. Let him extort 12K from Karen guys.
Atomick: If you are single and can afford to pay 12K for advice on how to get women, maybe the problem isn't Burale.
What are your thoughts would you pay Sh12,000 to interact with other single people?
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