This year labour day appears to be the most unique holiday Kenya has ever held. This comes after many Kenyans were eyeing for this day with much expectations from Uhuru to unlock the Nation ,which he definitely did few hours ago.
However, as a number of controversial icons in Kenya came forth and wished Kenyans a happy Labour Day, things sounded different to one Kenya's 'Spy Queen' ,Detective Jane Mugo.
(Photo Credit/File/Jane Mugo)
This comes about after she took to her social media accounts and shared a video aimingly for two purposes.
Jane Mugo used the video to channel her heartfelt message to Kenyans urging everyone to work hard despite of the harsh economic effects brought about by the perndemic.
She later winded her message by sending a warning to Kenyans whom have created fake social media accounts using her name and allegedly declared that she'll soon catch up with them.
Jane Mugo gained much popularity after she was featured in a documentary by an international media platforms (CNN) on the "Spy Queen" documentary.
You may follow her and watch the full video through this link below;
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