In the past few weeks, the internet was permeated by news about con men who operate a business popularly known as,"Wash Wash." This type of business deals with money laundering and fraud. Many people have fallen victims of such a fraudulent activity.
Wash Wash is a scam where victims are lured with promises that their money would be multiplied and end up losing all. In their first attempt, they win and get their money back to win the truth of the perpetrators.
In the second attempt, they're convinced to produce more money to make a killing before being told the chemical used to produce the money is in shortage and needs to be replaced. The victim will later realize after they lose their money.
This topic came into the limelight after controversial blogger Edgar Obare exposed how they run their activities in the country.
Content creator and comedian Terence creatives followed suit and created a scrit that expose the real world of wash wash people. In the video, Terence acts a flamboyant business man from Congo with his heavy Congolese accent, convinces his victims that he would multiply their money with a special chemical.
Kenyans came out in large numbers to congratulate his creativity urging him to go on.
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