- Comedian Jalang’o accompanied his wife Amina to Mombasa where he was hosting the This Is Africa event
- The radio host and his wife stepped out wearing matching yellow and white outfits befitting a lovely couple
- Most of their fans were impressed with their dress code and duly stuck to the comments section of Jalas’ post to congratulate him and his better half.
Comedian Felix Odiwuor aka Jalang’o and his wife recently gave their fans more reasons to love them even more after stepping out in matching outfits.
TUKO.co.ke understands that Jalang’o was among the emcees of the This Is Africa event which was held in Mombasa on Saturday, October 9.
Being a loving and caring husband, the comedian hit Mombasa accompanied by his wife.
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That’s not all, the couple who spent a night at the English Point Marina couldn’t properly kill their fans without proving that they are indeed rhyming.
And for this reason, Jalas and his wife Amina went to the This Is Africa event wearing matching yellow and white outfits.
The couple perfectly mixed yellow and white in their outfits, which left most of their fans envious.
Jalang’o shared a photo of themselves looking all loved and got their friends and fans to talk positively about it.
To prove that they did indeed kill him during their working holiday at the coast, one of their best friends, Alex Mwakideu, camped out in the comments section where he praised and advised Jalas on what he should do more.
I tell you to always go out with my sister-in-law so you can shine too. Now watch how crazy you look together, “Mwakideu commented.
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Car rental is cheaper
In other related news, Jalang’o recently publicly announced that he has sold all of his cars.
Speaking in a recent interview with Plug TV, Jalang’o said he sold all of his valuable cars because he found that renting was cheaper than owning them.
The comedian who aspires to be the next member of Parliament for Lang’ata has argued that he prefers to invest in real estate over the automobile, as the latter depreciates while the former appreciates.