Tiktoker Alvan Love gifts watchman who gave him place to sleep with new motorbike


Tiktoker Alvan Love gifts watchman who gave him place to sleep with new motorbike
Alvin Gatitu and the kind guard who gave him a place to sleep after he was locked out of his house. Photo: Ndungu Nyoro

In Summary

  • Former Tusker Project Fame contestant Alvan Gatitu popularly known Alvan Love has gifted a security guard who gave him a place to sleep a brand new motorbike.
  • The guard identified as Wafula Kizito gave Gatitu a place to sleep after he was locked out of his house over rent arrears.
  • Alvan who recently opened up on being homeless and destitute received an outpouring of support from Kenyans and TikTok fans.

Former Tusker Project Fame contestant Alvan Gatitu popularly known Alvan Love has gifted a security guard who gave him a place to sleep a brand-new motorbike.

The guard identified as Wafula Kizito had given  Gatitu a place to sleep after he was locked out of his house over rent arrears.

Alvan who recently opened up on being homeless and destitute received an outpouring of support from Kenyans and TikTok fans.

With his fortunes changed and life looking up again, the Tiktok sensation known for his humour visited the security guard and asked him what he plans to do in life.

The guard, in a narration shared by a philanthropist- Ndungu Nyoro- told Gatitu has always wanted to get into the boda-boda business but was short of the capital to acquire a bike.

Gatitu reportedly met with the guard along Ngong road where he bought him a brand-new bike and assisted him with acquiring the necessary documentations.

Alvin Gatitu and the kind guard who gave him a place to sleep after he was locked out of his house. Photo: Ndungu Nyoro

Citizen Digital understands that the bike has already been transported to the security guards home in Kakamega.

The guard also resigned from his job and is now pursuing his dream job.

At the same time, Gatitu is said to have assisted the guard and his wife open a bank account where he deposited some cash to boost their small business.

The plight of Gatitu was brought to the fore in a viral video in which he let Kenyans in on the hardships of his life.

He narrated how he had returned home to find his house locked over 3-month rent arrears.

His electricity and water had already been disconnected a week earlier and attempts to get board from his closest friends had ended up in futility.

Without a place to sleep, he sought help from a security guard who gave him cartons to lie in an empty room.

His video attracted the attention of Kenyans with hundreds of them flooding his phone with donations, changing his life overnight.

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