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Man excites social media by selling ‘Majini’ for Sh30K

An enterprising Kenyan has found a way of milking a few coins from desperate compatriots -by selling majini (djinns) that he claims are guaranteed make you get rich quickly.

The seller, who calls himself Zekeke from Lunga Lunga in Kwale County, put up a paid classified ad in a local daily saying, “NUNUA jinni ukue tajiri.”

Each jini will set you back by Sh30,000, with Zekeke warning that a buyer should use it as individual and not a group.

The ‘classifieds’ is the cheapest advertising section in a newspaper, leaving many wondering why a person with the “key to quick riches” could not afford space in the more expensive sections.

But the advert has nonetheless created a buzz among online users who have taken pictures and shared it countless times.


Zekeke told Nairobi News that interested individuals who are not able to raise the full amount upfront can pay in installments before he releases the ‘magical powers’ to you.

“It doesn’t matter where you are in the country, when you are ready with the money, just tell me and I’ll then talk to the jini and see if it is willing to travel,” said Zekeke.

He claims that the djinns will be in the buyer’s command who will be able to command it to do “whatever they wish”.

Some of the alleged benefits include wealth, making a business prosperous, and sorting out difficulties in conceiving, among other things.

Zekeke claimed that the ‘magical powers’ are from Congo and are loaned to a buyer for two years.

“There will be some instructions that I must give you before handing over, which you must follow. The jini will then be yours to command,” he told Nairobi News on phone.