Musyoka and Matendechere were given new bikes by Jalang'o and the Haojin team as promised. They were ecstatic to see their new motorcycles and couldn't wait to put them to work in the boda business. The bikes were much appreciated by the two, and Jalang'o pledged to keep up with his TV commercial incentive.
Today is a lucky day for the Nitakufinya men Aaron Musyoka and Matendechere. The two have finally been rewarded for making Kenyans happy with the viral video. In an interview on Jalang'o, they were asked what they would like to get so as to transform their lives.
Over the last week, Kenyans have been using the common phrase "nitakufinya" on different social media platforms. K24 Tv report was on a live interview with Charles Musyoka over electricity issues in Mukuru before Matendechere interrupted the interview threatening Musyoka. The short club has been trending for quite a while now.
Musioka and Matendechere have actually been trending in the social media platforms. It seems that many people liked their act. The incident seem to have happened several years ago in Mkurukwanjenga village in Nairobi County. The two guys have been trending because of the "Ntakufinya act".
Aaron Asiba Matendechere and Charles Musyoka, the famous Ntakufinya duo, have landed lucrative deals a few weeks after their video went viral. In the 2011 interview conducted by K24TV, Matendechere was displeased by Musyoka's claims that illegal electric connections at Mukuru kwa Njenga slums disabled his right arm.
Aron Masiba Matendechere popularly known with his viral video of "nitakufinya" could soon have a better life. This is after he was featured in a music video by a gengetone music group in the recently released music video. Matendechere and Musyoka got interviews in most media channels including "Bonga na Jala".
According to K24 report, a man behind Nitakufinya, finally reveals more about his life. He reported on interview with K24 that he is currently a father of 9 children. He added that he is a husband to two wives with daily life struggle. While speaking with K24, Matendechere responded that his two wives and nine children are very happy about the viral video 'nitakufinya'.
Jalang'o and the team from Haojin kept their word and rewarded Musyoka and Matendechere with new motorbikes. Jalang'o a radio host fulfills his promise and gifted the Ntakufinya Duo, Aron Asiba Matendechere and Musyoka Wambua, new motorbikes. The presenter from Kiss 100 Fm noticed that the motorbikes will help them make a living.
In Kenya it is becoming a vice that for one to get a job aside from having your academic qualifications and attending an interview for the same, one could still do something aligned with comedy.Once it trends on social media there are chances that you could get endorsed to act as a brand representative for the numerous businesses that never fall short of the need for advertising.
Kimchezo Mchezo Tu.‘’Nitakufinya duo’’ Lands Big Endorsement Deal Ten years after their paths crossed when Musyoka was being interview by K24 TV over a purported illegal power connection in Mukuru Kwa Njenga slum, the duo have reconcile today. But their reconciliation on a popular Jalango Tv Show was even more sweeter and juicier.
Aaron Asiba Matendechere and Charles Musyoka, the famous 'Ntakufinya' duo, have landed lucrative deals a few weeks after their video went viral on social media. In the 2011 interview conducted by K24TV, Matendechere was displeased by Musyoka's claims that illegal electric connections at Mukuru kwa Njenga slums disabled his right arm.
'Ntakufinya' a word reawakened by Kenyans and Netizens. It takes luck to make it to Kenya as the 'Ntakufinya' duo had no idea that once they'll wake to the lucrative deals that Jalang'o and his connections would remove them from rags to riches. Matendechere and Musyoka were hosted today on Jalong'o the Kiss tv radio presenter, on his tv channel.
Having gained popularity through their hilarious 'Ntakufinya' craze, Matendechere and Musyoka have finally landed lucrative deals just hours after the exclusive interview with Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang'o on Jalang'o TV. The two have been trending over the past few weeks over their hilarious viral video that has wowed fans all over the social media.
For the past few days, the word 'nitakufinya' has been in the mouths of many Kenyans. It has been the trending word of the week after an old clip about two men quarrelling went viral. The video was taken back in 2011 by some media crew who were interviewing locals regarding the illegal power connections in slums.
Kenyans are always alert and sensitive when it comes to social media trendings. They can make something out of nothing and that is their nature. Musyoka. [Photo/Courtesy] Just over the last week, ‘nitakufinya’ has been a common phrase among Kenyans especially on social media.
For a clip that aired in 2011, the duo Matendechere and Musyoka have something to smile about after being made ambassadors of a flour milling company.They will also be featured in a TV advert in the coming days. What started as a harsh exchange of words between Aron Asiba Matendechere and Musyoka has turned positive after Jahazi Flour Milling Company proposed to them as brand ambassadors following their interview on Bonga na Jalas show by Comedian Jalango.