Baba Talisha get a Mouth-watering gift from Simon Kabu for supporting Chira’s family

Kenyan entrepreneur Simon Kabu has joined the list of Kenyans supporting Brian Chira’s family a day after his burial.

Taking to social media, the CEO of Bonfire Adventure unveiled a mouth-watering reward for Baba Talisha and Brian Chira’s grandma. Baba Talisha has been very instrumental in mobilizing funds and giving updates about Brian Chira’s burial.

Up to the day before the burial, Baba T had single-handly managed to fundraise Ksh. 8 millions, which was used to cover the burial expenses and the rest to be used to construct a better house for Brian Chira’s grandma.

In a post published on Facebook, Simon Kabu announced that we will gift Baba Talisha a 3-Day trip to Diani Beach for his unwavering support to Brian Chira’s family.

Baba Talisha … na Shosho ya Chira. I think some efforts deserve recognition. BONFIRE ADVENTURES AND EVENTS have given you 3 days 2 nights fully paid Flying Holiday to Diani at time of your choice.” he wrote.

Reacting to Simon Kabu’s message, Kenya’s thanked him for recognizing Baba Talisha’s effort and standing with Brian Chira’s family.

“Baba T is that friend everyone would love to have. Thanks Kabu for rewarding his efforts,” wrote one Kenyan.

“Chira had a great friend. Baba Talisha you are a true friend. Ubarikiwe sana. Hapo Bonfire Adventure mmecheza kama nyinyi,” wrote another one.

Brian Chira’s never-seen-before Burial

Chira who died after a grisly hit and run accident involving a Lorry, was buried at grandmother’s home in Githunguri, Kiambu County. The burial was attended by thousands of mourners.

Amongst the attendants were celebrities like Otile Brown who performed his song “One Call“. MP Peter Salasya who intimated that Brian Chira used to inspire him was also present.

During the burial, several of Brian Chira’s sounds and slogans were played. Brian Chira was fond of saying, ” I’m Chiraaa, Brian Chiraaa” and “Kam Wewe si PESA huezi nipea stress“.

Some of Brian Chira’s cousins fainted as he was lowered into the grave, forcing some of the mourners to attend to them.

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