Many people buy cars either though their hard earned sweat or luck comes their way and they find themselves rich. Having a car is something that one adores and should practice due diligence in every step they take because a small mistake can cost you. Some insurance companies might also not cover some accidents.
A man is in trouble after it emerged that he was given a car to wash by his client but after completing his task, he decided to drive it to buy ugali. According to TUKO, the man crashed the Benz GLC beyond repair and he was seen begging the owner for forgiveness. One Nigerian artist Tunde Ednut went to Instagram and posted the video asking people not to drive other people's cars when they are entrusted on.
A number of Kenyans have reacted to the man's predicament saying that he was unlucky, and maybe jealous people might have worked on him. Others said that he should be forgiven as seen in the comments below:
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