Comedy group Propesa has turned SportPesa CEO Ronald Karauri Range Rover into a matatu after they won a bet against him.
The comedy group posted a picture of the luxurious vehicle on their Instagram account which showed the car in line waiting for passengers.
Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke on Tuesday Propesa jokingly stated they had turned the Range Rover into a matatu to raise money for fuel.
The group's representative also revealed they were charging lower fares compared to other Public Service Vehicles (PSV) which operated in the South Rift region.
"Our fares are reasonable because we want our fans to have a good time. Tunataka abiria wajae haraka ndio twende so fare yetu ni Ksh300 only. Hizo gari zingine wanalipisha Ksh350 (We want passengers to board ours faster so that we leave so our fare is Ksh300. Other vehicles are charging Ksh350)," Propesa stated.
However, the comedy group maintained the vehicle will not be operating daily since they have other engagements.
A month ago, the Comedy group challenged Sportpesa CEO Ronald Karauri to a bet on the Gor Mahia vs Hull City game with the loser handing over their car keys.
While Propesa, who placed their win on Hull City put up their Probox car, Karauri, who chose Gor Mahia offered his Range Rover Overfinch for the challenge.
Consequently, Hull beat Gor Mahia in the penalties during the thriller game which was played at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi.
According to Sportpesa’s rules, however, the game ended in a draw since only the first 90 minutes count.
Speaking on losing the challenge, Karauri stated: "A lot of people thought the bet was for ownership of the cars, not true.. that would be a very irresponsible wager. Play responsibly."