Photographer goes fishing in Nairobi’s many potholes
A hilarious Kenyan photographer is using his brilliant creativity and tools of trade to highlight the irritating issue of Nairobi’s many potholes.
Patrick Ngugi is the same man who last week took an inflatable boat to the same streets to poke fun of the Capital’s poor drainage system with hilarious results.
Going by the relentless heavy rains and the numerous number of potholes throughout the city center, photojournalist Ngugi has seemingly embarked on a journey to capture Governor Sonko’s attention and hope he takes action.
In one image, he is seen holding up a fish, as his catch from one of the potholes in the streets of Nairobi.
In yet another image, he is seen rowing an inflatable boat across a large mass of water along Biashara Street.
— patrickngugi.com (@ThePatrickNgugi) November 13, 2017
— patrickngugi.com (@ThePatrickNgugi) November 15, 2017
— patrickngugi.com (@ThePatrickNgugi) November 12, 2017
The images have already caused a host of reactions from a number of Kenyans on Twitter;
A lifejacket comes in handy to drive the message home.
— Peter Kanyingi (@kanyingip) November 15, 2017
Who is paying you to display your madness.
— Sir Mulwa (@Mulwas) November 15, 2017
lil boat 😅
creativity oozing 💯
— uknowcalvin (@FranklineCalvin) November 15, 2017
Kuja Tenna, there's a pond smack in the middle of the road near the AP post
— Vincent Ogega (@ogegav) November 15, 2017
Hahaa, ndio maana wanyama wanaonekana kwenye Barabara za miji pic.twitter.com/RDXgnoWR1H
— Y J (@jaykashed) November 15, 2017
@MikeSonko I believe correcting such was part of your 1st 100 days! Halafu malaria na chikungunya zikifika nairobi, tutaanza kuteta!!
— 1013CGAR (@Nyuka_Kal) November 15, 2017
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