Reports confirm that this new STD “jakadala” is just hot air used to scare people from enjoying the allures that nature provide, this Christmas season,thanks to the social media it’s rumoured spread so first, there is no such thing as an STD,wadau you can eat eat that thing.
Yes, yes it’s a hot air.
Must those people be sacred inorder to stop adultery and unfaithfulness acts.What happened to self control ?
STIs si mchezo my fren.
Inakaa uko na pasono ekspiriens! Leta hekaya buda.
Mabeste wetu wa Lakeside wanapenda hii maneno kuliko food. Lazima wakuwe scared from time to time waslow down hii maneno. Kuna beshte yangu wa Kisumo alinishow picha yenye walipigwa wakiwa form two na mabeshte wake kumi na wawili. In that photo, ni yeye tu ako alive. Wote wamehama na ukedi.
Hakuna nyap tamu kushinda ya mjaka. That said, me nimetoka nimeenda Dunga bay.
Long story short. Niliambukiza family yote from wife (kids and mboch - through sharing toilet). Uzuri wife akablame mboch akafukuzwa. Away games labda in my 60s not now.
And this in a Osungu.dll massacre.
Wewe! Hiyo ilikuwa noma madze!
[SIZE=1]ulinyandua mboch rakini…[/SIZE]
[SIZE=7]Hapo kwa kids sijaelewa[/SIZE]
No way. Kama hutaki madharau ndogo ndogo Kwa nyumba never f*** mboch.
Si upto mid 90’s our gova denied that there was hiv.
Liar. I distinctly recall seeing this image
way back in 1987 at the onset of efforts against HIV. It was ubiquitous in hospitals and on ambulances.
There was this magazine as well around the same time:
Moi admitted there was a crisis around 92. By 87 WHO had said there was a crisis and gova refuted claiming ni ugonjwa ya wazungu. Imagine the lives that could have been saved with early public awareness.
Strategic. Donor funding.