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Moses Gathitu: Nairobi Man Goes Viral For His Food Loving Antics

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Moses Gathitu has been an internet sensation with his hilarious cooking videos on social media. Photo/Moses Gathitu Facebook.

Moses Gathitu has become a sensation on social media for his hilarious videos.

Gathitu has been sharing rib-cracking videos of his cooking skills.

In the funny videos, most of the time he eats the food before it reaches his dining table.

The videos on Facebook and TikTok have been shared hundreds of times.

In one of his hilarious clips, he is seen cooking ugali and Tilaphia fish.

Comically the meal is eaten while still being prepared in the kitchen.

In another video, the skit maker is seen preparing homemade pizza, which he ends up tasting and finishing in the kitchen.

His popularity on social media has seen his Facebook page grow to over 270k followers.

Some of his videos have surpassed 1 million views on TikTok with many praising his unique take on cooking food.

Below are some of the reactions from his fans:

Aki this guy is such a vibe – Wilkister Atieno Otieno said.

Aaaiiii, mkuu umeonja kila kitu – Faidah N Kaithia posted.

You have made my evening.. reminding me of my days in Muhoroni, where I used to cook and eat at the same time…..haki single life – Phiona Akang’o said.

This is someone’s pillar of strength with amemaliza kwa sufuria – Atieno Linda said.

I can’t believe I watched the whole thing you too funny – Beckie Mwangi added.

WoK previously covered the story of Jeff Wanyonyi who started his business with KSh 2000.

Armed with KSh 2,000, Jeff started selling samosa.

Jeff bought a charcoal stove (jiko), a rolling pin, a frying pan and ingredients.

He made samosa and packed them up in a trolley and started hawking them.

Jeff would push the trolley as far as seven kilometers just to look for clients.