Owner of Viral Nissan X-Trail, in Which 2 People Were Filmed ‘Making Out,’ Speaks Out

On Wednesday, the online world was abuzz with videos capturing two people engaged in intimate activities within a Nissan X-Trail, identified by its registration number KCP 748A, parked at Fourways Junction along Kiambu Road.

What made the situation even more disturbing was the subsequent investigation by Kenyan internet users, who traced the vehicle’s registration number back to a certain Kennedy Mwaiyona. This led to widespread assumptions that Mwaiyona himself was involved in the scandal.

Some went as far as tarnishing his reputation, suggesting that Mwaiyona had loaned the car to his wife, implying her involvement in the incident. However, Mwaiyona, a dedicated employee at KCB, promptly clarified the situation.

He explained that the car in question was actually sold by the Cooperative Bank through an auction after being impounded in Voi last August due to an uncleared balance.

“I never saw it until I saw it trending on social media,” expressed Mwaiyona with a distressed tone. “I don’t know anything about that car after repossession, please,” he pleaded.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the power and pitfalls of social media. While it can serve as a platform for raising awareness and connecting people, it also has the potential to wreak havoc on individuals’ lives through misinformation and misinterpretation.