The matatu culture in Kenya has often been appreciated both by foreigners and locals for its unique creativity and graffiti.
Most of the matatu’s often have images of popular celebrities, footballers and iconic people drawn on them.
Well a matatu operating in Mombasa has decided to appreciate Businesswoman and socialite Huddah Monroe.
The matatu belonging to the MOM sacco has drawn a portrait of the socialite on its front part .
Just like Jamaican artiste Tairus Riley who appreciated a Nairobi matatu for having his portrait, the socialite has feted the matatu and appreciating the piece of work done by the artiste through a post on her instagram account.
Huddah joins the list of Kenyan celebrities who include Femi One and Khaligraph Jones who have been appreciated by local graffiti artistes.