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Kitui man admits to receiving more than 200 messages and calls from Kenyan women after cornering the three fugitives

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Kitui man admits to receiving more than 200 messages and calls from Kenyan women after cornering the three fugitives

  • Kenyan women are already insanely smitten by the Kitui man who led to the capture of Kamiti fugitives and is now a potential millionaire
  • Many ladies admitted he is so attractive with others even pleading with him to marry them
  • One woman wrote: “Is he married? Asking for myself and 99 others; he looks very handsome”

Kenyan women have taken to social media to express their admiration for a Kitui man who became an internet sensation after leading to the capture of three Kamiti fugitives.

Kenyan Women Drool over Kitui Man Who Led to Capture of Kamiti Fugitives: "He's So Handsome"
Kenyan women said the Kitui man who led to the capture of the fugitives was so handsome.

The three terror fugitives escaped from jail three days ago and a man in Kitui was part of the group that cornered him and is now a candidate for the KSh 60 million reward that the government promised.

On social media, smitten Kenyan women could not help but drool over the potential millionaire with many admitting he is such an attractive and hardworking man.

Handsome man

One woman identified as Cynthia Kimz said:

“My man, my ex is now a millionaire. Been a minute since I saw you, my love, we need to hang out.”

Diana Mutea wrote:

“Incase they award him KSh 60 million, “I’m pregnant” for him.”

Robi Emilly said:

“He is very handsome.”

Sheey Calvin said:

“Stop interrogating my husband all the time, you can get more news elsewhere. We need alone time.”

Amber Rose said:

“Is he single? Asking for myself because he’s already giving me sleepless nights.”

Cornering the terror fugitives

As reported, the Kitui man narrated how they cornered the three criminals saying they noted that the men were walking suspiciously and meticulously so that they do not get lost and that was when they became sceptical.

“They walked in a zig-zag pattern. They went to one side of the road and after walking and entering a forest, they came back and then crossed to the other side. They were very careful so as not to get lost,” he said, adding they even entered a forest but came back after realising it was too thick.

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He also talked of phones that should be recovered which he alleged that the escapees were using.

Many Kenyans have already opined that he should be the one to receive the KSh 60 million reward because his selfie serves as the evidence.

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