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World Cup 2022 Metro Man: Watch How Kenyan Man Has Gone Viral for Hilarious Metro This Way Directions in Qatar
- Kenya might not have qualified for the World Cup, but her citizens always find ways to make headlines
- Abubakar Abbas, a Kenyan man, working in Qatar, has become an internet revelation with his ways of giving directions loved by fans
- Abbas's work entails giving directions to the Metro station but how he does this is what has made him go viral
A Kenyan man in Qatar has become an overnight internet sensation for his hilarious directions, making him a darling of football fans currently in Qatar for the World Cup.
Normally after every four years, fans usually troop to a country to witness world-class players battle for the World Cup trophy, but this time around, the fans in Qatar have found something else.
Meet Abubakar Abbas, a Kenyan man working in Qatar at the Souq Waqif market. His work is to direct the tourists to where the metro station is. He has become a fan favourite due to how he creatively directs people with his catchphrase of 'Metro this way, metro that way' becoming popular.
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As Al Jazeera reports, you won't miss him at the market as he is sat in a tennis umpire chair donned in a green reflector and a large hand form pointing to where the metro is.
A series of videos have been uploaded on the internet of the Metro guy at work, with the fans taking time to engage him.
The 23-year-old has already been appreciated by a group of fans who handed him goodies.
In a tournament where Argentina and Germany fans are currently seeing blues, some comic relief is definitely needed and Abbas might just be the answer at the Souq Waqif market.
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