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Citizen TV reporter reveals why he did not take multi-million gift from Victor Wanyama

He revealed on Wednesday

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Mike said that the car had an import tax of Sh18.5 million which he would pay if he was to ship it to Kenya.

Victor Wanyama who at the time was playing for Southampton then gave him a ride in the custom made Mercedes Benz ML 350, which he liked and asked Wanyama to give him as gift.

Customs duty

“Wanyama told me, you want the Mercedes, take it, ship it to Mombasa and drive it to Nairobi,” he said.

Victor Wanyama and his brother McDonald Mariga were guests on JKLive on Wednesday.

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