• Armed with placards, the two creatives urged Kenyans to buy their film dubbed "A grand little lie."
Film director and producers Abel Mutua and Phil Karanja took to the streets of Nairobi on Thursday to popularise their new film.
Armed with placards, the two creatives urged Kenyans to buy their film dubbed "A grand little lie."
The creatives wrote a comical message on the placard;
"Please buy our film, inaongeza Urembo na nguvu za kiume."
Taking to his social media, Abel shared a photo of himself on the streets, 'hawking' the new film.
"Today is the day we’re dropping this film. We need to sell 50,000 links to enable us to produce the next one. #PhilmAmbassadors tunaomba mtusaidie. Help us push! Purchase your link at www.Philittv.com," he shared.
On his part, Phil shared that they will be pulling the stand along more streets in Nairobi.
"Tupatane kwa Traffic Jam near you 😁#GLLFilm dropping Tonight at midnight 🤸🤸🤸Nunua link pale www.philittv.com#philmambassador."
The film was launched days ago, and will be streaming on www.Philittv.com.