Hilarious Stuff as Sexy Akorino Girls Spotted Dancing to Zuchu’s ‘Sukari’ Song

Members of the Akorino sect are always viewed as conservative.

They are believed to be holy, pure and people who know no evil – but that’s a ridiculous generalisation because they are also human.

But in recent years, a new breed of Akorino faithful is emerging.

The new generation is taking a new route from that of their parents.

A video of beautiful Akorino girls enjoying and dancing to the Sukari hit song has gone viral on social media. It was first shared by top comedian Daniel Ndambuki aka Churchill.

The pretty young women were all smiles as they hit the dance floor during a party.

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Some were dancing so well and it is only fair to say they had properly rehearsed as seen in the video below.

Sukari was released two months ago by Tanzanian female artiste Zuchu and it is one of the most addictive secular songs at the moment.

Kenyans had a lot to say about the 15-second clip, and here are some of the reactions from netizens.

Erick Omondi: “How much will I pay them? These girls must feature in Season Three of my Wife Material show.”

Larry Lagat: “Who now will be playing drums in church if Akorino ladies go this route?”

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Peter Kangasha: “Where did they learn this? I mean, they do it better than men.”

Ogana Phanice: “On the table you can see they only swallowed soft drinks, what if they took alcohol?”

Graken Mumu: “They should now remove the turbans and join the rest of us.”

Connie Kay: “The moment you see Akorino jamming to Sukari song you just realise the world is coming to an end.”

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Robert Mwangi

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