Kenyans are always quick in adapting new measures thanks to social media. This comes barely a day after blogger Robert Alai was seen attacking gospel artist Ringtone Apoko with a "rungu"
The two were involved in an accident in Kilimani which made Robert Alai so angry that he beat Ringtone with the rungu which he has in his car
Kenyans seem to have already adapted this mode of keeping rungus in cars as a weapon so that in case you are attacked, you use it. This is evident after a woman was seen confronting a motorcycle rider who had hit her car.
The woman is seen confidently holding the rungu as they exchanged words with the bodaboda rider. Rungus in the country were popularised by both the Maasai Community who were using it for security purposes as well as former President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi who walked with his' everywhere he went.
Here are some of the reactions;
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