• Njusguh’s wife Wakavinye recently joined the Range Rover Club
• Abel Mutua used his socials to throw shade at Njugush after his wife opted to rival him as far as car ownership is concerned.
Talented scriptwriter and actor Abel Mutua has ignited a friendly fire with Comedian Timothy Kimani aka Njugush after his wife Celestine ‘Wakavinye’ Ndinda bought a new Range Rover.
Mutua used his socials to throw shade at Njugush after his wife opted to rival him as far as car ownership is concerned.
Njugush is a proud owner of a Toyota Prado TX, while his wife has acquired a new Range Rover Evoque.
This prompted Mutua to make fun of his friend Njugush saying that his wife (Wakavinye) now knows how it feels to drive a big car.
“Huyu mnaye muina hapo ni jamaa Timothy Kimani Ndegwa akiendesha wall unit yake safi, akiandamwa unyonyo na Machine …Kabati inaifuata hapo nyuma lakini machine ndio hiyo sasa,” Abel Mutua says in the video.
“So proud of you @celestinendinda. Finally you have experienced what a car should feel like. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😜,” Abel Mutua captioned his video.
Upon seeing the video Njugush replied; “Yaani nimitwa kabat???????? Mungu wangu halali...mkinipigia niwakwamue juu hizo cerelac zimegonga pothole mtaitana,”.
Njugush and Abel are good friends and they are always challenging each other to do better in life.
Just the other day, singer Nadia Mukami also purchased a Range Rover. Nadia made it known to the public that she had acquired a brand new Range Rover –joining the club of those who own Ranger Rovers.
Other Kenyan celebrities who own Ranger Rovers include; Abel Mutua, Vera Sidika, Celestine Ndinda, Khaligraph Jones, Eric Omondi, and J Blessing among others.
Just the other day, Nadia said that she is the richest female artiste in the whole of East Africa.
Nadia revealed that she has invested heavily in properties and she can confidently say that she is the richest female artiste in East Africa.
“I’m on my own level. In terms of money, I don’t think there is a female artiste who has more money than me in Tanzania.
“Some of us don’t talk, but the land that we have, if we start showing title deeds people will run away. In terms of money," Nadia said.