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Mzee Jalang’o Confesses How He Feels About Kamene Goro

Mzee Jalang'o will not enter heaven

Mzee Jalang’o used to work as a radio host for Kiss FM. He is also a business owner, a comedian, and an event MC.

Felix arose from the mud to elegance. Despite graduating his KCSE with flying grades, he never proceeded to college because of financial constraints.

The wealthy comedian recently graduated from Daystar University, and he is a perfect example of God’s chosen one.

He witnessed God’s hand at work when he landed a job at Kiss FM, despite not having a college diploma.

He used to co-host the morning show with another stunning lawyer turned journalist, Kamene Goro.

According to their ratings, the dynamic duo took over the radio space in Kenya, and their show is the most listened to in the country.

They discuss various topics on the radio, and many Kenyans call in to contribute.

They used to be so lively on-air and that makes them very popular, but Jalang’o recently resigned to try his hand in politics.

He is running to be the member of parliament for Langata constituency.

Jalang’o also has an enormous presence on social media and he updates his followers regularly on various issues and happenings in his life.

The funny guy from Siaya county confessed to his fans that he loves Kamene’s looks and he is dying to have her, but he knows that can’t happen because he is a married man.

Jalang’o equated Kamene’s beauty with the promised land, and he regrets he is seeing the promised land every day and he can’t enter there.

Here is what he posted on his Facebook page;

Mzee Jalang'o will not enter heaven

Why Jalang’o Sold All Of His Cars And No longer Owns One

Jalang’o, also known as Felix Odiwour, is a comedian, MC, business owner and radio host.

He is currently working at Kiss100 FM radio and Co-hosts a popular morning show with curvaceous Kamene Goro.

He is a philanthropist who has been helping very many needy cases across the country.

His rise from grass to grace is so inspiring to the youth who are still struggling to get meaningful jobs.

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