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Jeff Koinange applauds man who found and returned his spare wheel cover ▷ Kenya News

by biasharadigest

– Immu Ali found Koinange’s G-Wagon’s spare wheel cover and kept it safe in his mum’s house

– The Citizen TV anchor was excited to receive the wheel cover and could not hide his joy

– According to the journalist, Ali’s family members were excited and came out to say hi to their TV idol

Veteran journalist Jeff Koinange has a reason to smile as the year slowly comes to an end after a fan returned something that is special to him.

Koinage, who owns a Mercedez Benz G-Wagon, lost his spare wheel cover while speeding off in Mambrui, coastal region.

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In a sweet Instagram post, the Citizen TV journalist could not hide his joy after finding the cover and was quick to appreciate the man who found it.

According to Koinange, a young man by the name Immu Ali found the item and kept it safe in his mum’s house.

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“The other day my ‘spare wheel’ cover flew off. I sent the word out and today, Immu Ali stopped me and told me he found it and kept it at his mum’s. Then the whole family showed up to say hi! Otis refitted it!” said Koinange.

In the photos shared by the flamboyant journalist, it is evident that the wheel cover meant a lot to his car.

He shared the photos of the car looking good with the shiny cover which according to him was fixed by a guy called Otis.

To add icing to the cake, Koinange was awed by Immu Ali’s family which came out together to say hi to their TV idol.

As reported by TUKO.co.ke earlier, the veteran journalist warmed the hearts of many after visiting the awesome threesome dance kids.

Koinange visited Marigat, Baringo county in the company of two colleagues and close friends who brought smiles to the kids’ faces.

Together with his friends, the TV anchor and host showered the children with goodies and shoes from Bata as an early Christmas gift.

Earlier on, he had created a pay bill to raise funds for the three children who were living in a dilapidated condition with their families.

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