Felista Njoroge, a Kenyan student who made headlines earlier last week following Ksh 102 million gift from belgian boyfriend has recently caused mixed reactions among Kenyans after a photo of her and Mzungu boyfriend posing for a selfie with a new born baby held in her arms went viral.
In the photo, Njoroge was in a pink top while her boyfriend Merc De Mesel wore a blue T-shirt.
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans;
Felista Mukangu: When Jesus says yes nobody can say no.
Lynn Mutheu: While her accounts have been freezed? Anyway let me wish them a happy Aids day
Mongare Edwin: We want to see the baby clearly to know the father
Mwanafalsafalsa Mwanafalsa: We didn't see her with a baby bump, now she has given birth to a baby, How?
Imma Maangi: They should sue the Government for freezing their accounts and causing unexpected labour and birth due to stress.
This comes days after the bitcoin invester sent a total of ksh 102 million in four transactions to her girlfriend, Njoroge all in the name of love, saying that it was just a gift since she was expecting their baby.
This wasn't received in a good perspective by the Kenyan authorities who came by to arrest them in suspicion that the money was part of a money-laundering scheme.
According to reports from a credible source, all the money had to be frozen by Assets Recovery Agencies until further investigations to determine if the money is legit will be completed.
Meanwhile, the duo have travelled to diaspora with an excuse that they are no longer secure in Kenya.
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