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@admin, naulizaa,

  1. kuna makosa tukipata hii maandazi hapa kijijini pako kila siku hadi baada ya uchaguzi?
  2. Unaweza kuipin, hata kama ni half day, each day, hadi tufanye uchaguzi?
  3. @Meria Mata, nani atakuwa akipost hii, ikiwa @admin ataruhusu?
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[SIZE=5] http://mobile.nation.co.ke/news/politics/liveblog-July-17/3126390-4018002-sgcl7y/index.html


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[SIZE=4]Updating LiveReverse order[/SIZE]

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hatutaki siasi hapa @saprano

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Sawa, uncle.

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Idi Amin never likes being upstaged by introducing things to the village that he himself hasn’t come up with.
Despite how good your idea is, consider it a still birth.

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:D:D:D:D:Dhapo umemwambia ukweli kapsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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There is enough siasa in this village to last us through and beyond the elections.
Wewe @Soprano endelea kufanya vile umekuwa ukifanya. Kuenda huko kwa live updates na kutuletea the sweetest mucene. TIA.

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on a lighter note:p

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Kama hii hapa,

[SIZE=5]Baboon ‘causes massive blackout’ in Zambia[/SIZE]
By Kennedy Gondwe
BBC World Service, Lusaka
Posted at10:57SHARED
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A rogue baboon interfered with high voltage machines, officials say
A baboon interfered with electricity installations in Zambia’s tourist capital, Livingstone, and cut power supply to about 50,000 customers.

The animal managed to access a power station in the area on Sunday, and tampered with high voltage machines that supply electricity to the southern and western provinces of Zambia, according to Henry Kapata, the spokesman for the country’s power utility, Zesco.

He said Livingstone’s 28,000 residents and a further 22,000 people in the region were completely without power for about six hours while repair works were carried out.

Mr Kapata also told the BBC:

It [the baboon] received a massive electricity shock but as you know baboons are highly insulated by nature and it survived with severe burns. Had it been a human being, it would have died.”

The Zesco spokesman said the baboon’s electricity shock was caught on CCTV:

If it were a human being, it would have been prosecuted for vandalism and faced a minimum 10 years in jail with a maximum 25 years”.

Mr Kapata said power has since been restored with the animal handed over to local wildlife authorities for treatment.

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Exactly!!! :D:D:D

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Kwani KPLC ya Zambia ili copy kenya

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Vile scum paka amesema.
Hehehe.
Hio baboun imenimaliza

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Yaani Raila ako kila mahali…aaaaaaaaaarrrgh! Oh sori! I had misread that as ‘Babuon’.

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Cheki @Meria Mata

Guka hauko alone

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