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President Uhuru Lookalike Returns To Umoja In Style As He Buys "Chipo Mwitu" To Children

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Kenyans on social media are very interesting. Three months ago, they revealed President Uhuru Kenyatta lookalike that was living in Umoja Estate, Nairobi City. This was none other than Micheal Ngogo Gitonga whose resemblance with President Uhuru Kenyatta goes on without saying. It is for this reason that many Umoja Estate residents referred to Micheal Njogo as "Uhunye"

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Days after trending, Micheal Njogo acquired a luxurious job as a brand ambassador of a certain motor vehicle company. This was after the father of three was the talk of the town thus using his as a brand ambassador was to surely pay off well by sales. After acquiring the job and being a popular figure in Umoja whereby every corner he went people wanted handouts, Uhunye had to shift. However, it is time and again said that a good person always remembers his past.

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It is for this reason that Michael Njogo spent the better part of Mashujaa Day and today on Wednesday in Umoja giving back to the community. Njogo who is a bar owner in Umoja Estate ended up buying chips, alias "Chipo Mwitu" for children whom were fond of him even before fame. As for parents, Michael Njogo went on to give them handouts of undefined amount.

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