Kamene Goro is back and so best believe The Morning Kiss is full of laughter and a lot of catching up to do. Kumbe deep down Jalango really missed Kamene.
Out of the many discussions the two had, one was on the harsh reality that Nairobian's are suffering and they need help.
It is hard to make ends meet after the pandemic hit the country and now measures had to be put in place to flatten the curve.
Speaking on the Morning Kiss, Jalas shared that his mother sends him food to help survive the tough Nairobi life.
"Normally the oarcels from Nairobi to Ushago have been TV, phones, or even chairs. But off late it has been food from Ushago. You call your mum from ushago and tell her if she does not send me flour then she sends a box to pick me from Nairobi I go back home or I will die.
Mathe ni nani, anasyaga unga, ndizi mbili, kuku and she sent it via parcel for me to pick it on Mombasa Road. "
This harsh reality got Kamene in shock because, since 2020, roles have changed. Sharing a story of her friend, she said,
"Usually we are the ones who sent money back home for them to survive now they are the ones sustaining us Nairobians.
There is a pal of mine who was telling me her mother in law sends her 30 liters of milk since 2020. Her mother on law told her she is aware things are expensive in Nairobi so she should not struggle to fit that in her budget. She sends milk for the children so she took up that role."
Jalas ended the discussion with a plea to those in ushago,
"I want to send this message to the peeople of ushago, we are doing bad, we will be back but for now, our life is not okay. Please send maize, send fish or even, potatoes. Things are thick do not forsake us at this time we beg you. Nairobi is bad."