• The comedian has offered the deal to residents of Lang'ata only.
• Most Kenyans were impressed with his plan and praised him for it.
Phelix Odiwuor, also known as Jalang'o, the Lang'ata member of parliament, is working to ensure that his leadership is felt by using all of the resources at his disposal.
Thanks to the new "Lang'ata Tuesday" program, businessmen in Lang'ata will no longer experience a typical Tuesday.
'Lang'ata Tuesdays' is basically a market day, where Jalas will be advertising the businesses in Lang'ata on all his socials.
"Do you run a business in Langata? Every Tuesday I will be running FREE advertising for businesses in Langata on all my socials! DM the business posters or a reel for posting! Share the location of the business and contacts! Let's grow together!" he wrote.
The businesses are up and running on his pages ranging from sneaker customization to furniture and tours.
Lang'ata Tuesdays is a one-of-a-kind opportunity as the media personality has 2.7Million followers on Instagram, 681.9K followers on Twitter, and 1.3 million total followers.
A quick google search shows a business shoutout on Instagram from someone who has 1M+ followers is worth Ksh180,750.
Netizens were excited as some commended the strategy and others asked if there was a relocation opportunity to Lang'ata.
diana_leigh01 : Na kama mtu anaishi langata but business iko cbd?
iammercyndaru : Aaah mi nahamia Lang'ata nipige biz
dasulweyahoocom: The leaders we want...Luo kingpin loading,,🔥🔥🔥🔥
callme_morphy : Hii ni mtego🤣🤣🤣hamtawai epuka kulipia license WanaLangata 😂
ojay_jano : How sustainable is this in the long term?
therealfelix.m : Nahamia Langata walae😢😍👏👏
mumbecatherine: Where were you all this time 👏👏👏👏👏👏good move mheshimiwa
kylajolo : This is the advantage of young guys running the city
georgeadulu : This very good. Genius!
o_akodhe : I'm very proud of you mwesh. True service to the people. Thanks for starting to deliver as you promised
leahchege789 : Sasa haya maneno ungekuja useme hapo NTV and we were waiting to watch and hear you talk about young leadership