Martin Kamotho receives fully paid trip to Maasai Mara

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Kamotho shot to 'stardom' after a picture of him eating Githeri while standing on his voting line queue  went viral which many Kenyans did not waste any time creating hilarious memes of.

The trip is inclusive of three days and 2 nights stay in a three star hotel at the Maasai Mara; full board.

Kamotho, together with his wife and children will get to enjoy unlimited game drives at the Maasai Mara as the are also being provided with transport in a tour van and park entrance fees.

They will be accompanied by a photographer that will capture all the moments during their trip at the Maasai Mara.

Bonfire Adventures CEO and Chairman has apparently also offered to be his mentor. It is not clear what he is to mentor Martin in.

Kamotho had earlier been gifted with brand new phones from Safaricom for himself, his wife and daughter.

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