Kenyans are crazy lot, even during hard times, they will still poke fun at anything.
Even as the world is eulogizing death of prolific writer and gay activist Binyavanga Wainaina, some Kenyans now think he is related with KANU politician Nick Salat.
The veteran Politician from Bomet vied for senatorial seat in 2017 but lost to jubilee candidate by big margin.
During his campaigns, Salat coined Ndani, Ndaani, Ndaaani jargon in attempt to sell his political ambitions but the masses proved him wrong.
Binyavanga, the LGTB (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) activist who declared that he is gay in 2014 passed on at the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi on the night of Tuesday, May 22, at around 10pm.
On December 1, 2016 during World Aids Day, Binyavanga came out once again, revealing that he is HIV positive.
The activist was back hit the news again in May 2019 when he revealed he was planning to wed his longtime lover from Nigeria.