Jalang’o’s Friend Picks Him up At US Airport in Posh White Range Rover: “Karibu America”
- Jalang'o was given a great welcome after landing in the US after his friend pulled up with a luxurious Range Rover to pick him
- The Langatta MP rushed to get inside the posh car before the friend, identified as @Kaweshjoshua, reminded him that the US has opposite seats for drivers
- Jalas, who donned a football jersey printed Langatta 1, did not say if he was in the US for vacation or for an official or business meeting
Langatta MP Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang'o has travelled to the US, and his buddy, identified as @Kaweshjoshua, gave him an exciting welcome.
Jalang'o confuses Range Rover sitting side in US
Jalang'o posted a video on his Instastory showing the posh white Range Rover his friend pulled up to pick him up.
As soon as the two met, they locked shoulders (while greeting each other) as he welcomed him and spoke in his native Dholuo language.
“Welcome to America. We are also pushing here,” said the parliamentarian's friend.
Jalang'o then tells his friend to get his luggage in the boot so they can leave, and he moves to the left side to get in before he corrects him.
“Well, use the right side. Here in America we use the opposite side,” he explains.
Jalas wore a football jersey written Langatta 1 at the back and in white sandals as he jumped inside the posh car with clean leather seats.
The video of the honourable member was reshared on Instagram by @NaiBuzz:
The comedian-turned-politician is known for living a flashy lifestyle and always dazzling people with his car collections ad fashion sense.
On Saturday, September 17, the first-time legislator shared a photo at his lush compound in Lan’gata.
He posed next to his sleek Mercedes Benz while wearing an African-inspired attire with matching shoes.
Jalang'o shares cool moment with Ruto
Elsewhere, Jalang'o was delighted to meet President William Ruto during Nairobi's housing project inspection.
The two were photographed shaking hands and warmly embracing each other, a signal that they will smoothly work together.
Going on Instagram, Jalang'o promised to improve the livelihoods of the people of Lang'ata.
“Today the president issued the final titles to the Nairobi slum upgrading project, with that done we can confidently say that the commencement of the zone B Highrise is set to begin later this month when the president will come to launch the project. The construction of 4500 units will see more Langata residents live in better houses with dignity,” Jalang'o wrote.