Viral 'Nitakufinya' man goes after corporates for using his image

Aaron Matendechere.
Aaron Matendechere.

Aron Asiiba Matendechere the man who was captured telling Charles Musyoka 'Nitakufinya' years ago became a social media sensation months ago.

In the video Musyoka was talking about illegal electricity connections in Mukuru slums, when Matendechere passed by and said;

"Mambo ya stima wachia watu wa stima, Nitakufinya!"

His statement 'Nitakufinya' has become common, widely used in conversations and also memes on the internet.

Corporate companies in the country also rode on the trend to promote their social media content using 'Nitakufinya' slogan, and also Matendechere's image.

Aron Asiiba Matendechere
Aron Asiiba Matendechere

Now, Matendechere through his lawyer Prof Tom Ojienda wants corporates companies to pay him for using his images and videos to advertise products.

In a report by the standard, Matendechere has earmarked Co-operative Bank, National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPD) and Ruiru Mabati Factory for the financial settlements.

In the court documents, Matendechere argued that the society thinks he was paid for the advertisements. This, he said, is giving him a psychological torture.

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