“Life is too Short” Lolani Kalu enjoys money raised by Kenyans on cheap mnazi drinks and loose women at the beach

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It is just few days when the former NTV swahili reporter came to limelight again, where he was suffering from abjuct poverty after losing his job at the giant news media.

The swahili reporter appealed to Kenyans to help him out of his situation with financial aid that could facilitate on how he could go on with his career,  self employed henceforth.

Good hearted Kenyans felt pitty for him and joined hands to aid his financial needs that could see him buy the necessary equipments to enable him swing back into action.

As little as ksh50 to more that Ksh 100000,donations trickled in and enough cash to kickstart Kalu with his career was raised.

He even got multiple job requests, one of them being a brand ambassador in one of the leading motorcycle selling companies.

Following this, Kalu now seemed rich once more and he had to say sorry to his body for suffering a lot.

Sources have it that Kalu, over the weekend spent more that Ksh 50,000 on a drinking sprew with his village friends, surrounded by many women.

He said that life is too short and that he must enjoy money before he dies.

We Kenyans are now looking on his next move, next time, dare him not request for any form of financial aid.

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