John 'Jungle' Nganga the elder brother to a high-flying city politician, TSP vice chair and 2022 Nairobi Women Representative aspirant put in hard work and sheer discipline as he streaked his way to the front line, leading the rally for the first two days in a row.
Ng'ang'a is family sponsored and one could spot posters plastered allover his Subaru Imprezza N10. Ng'ang'a bowed out of the race on the last day after his impressive machine suddenly suffered an irreparable shaft breakdown.
The shaft broke down in the last lap, only 12 kilometers to the finish line effectively spewing the rally megastar out of the race - but with his reputation and track respect still intact.
Ng'ang'a, popularly known as Watu Ya Mawe, joined a long list of other rally drivers who had to unfortunately bow out of the race for various mechanical reasons and definitely not for lack of skill.
The rally may be over but the impact Ng'ang'a and his mates left in Naivasha, plus the deafening din of animated spectators cheering their lungs off, shall linger on longer than a Baccarat Rouge 540 perfume.
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