Junguuuu time

Luos ferrying the white man along Lake Victoria

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Your deadbeat dad likes the way his sheboon daughter turned

Now you know where you got the jungu genes.

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Do they make these large thin wheels anymore? I could use a carriage like that today.

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Reminds me of the late Oreo @kabeteshire. Alihakikisha amenyanyuliwa hivi akitazama miti na Ndege msituni. Atokomee kuzimu.

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. Ukoloni mamboleo. He was so ashamed hadi akaamua cremation is the way to go.

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Why have people carry you, yet you can buy horses? Hii ni kiburi tu ta bure.

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In African culture it’s a blessing to carry old people.

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he was almost 100 mushezi

Being old and frail or even physically disabled doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy nature. That is why such safaris are organised where the client is carried through the jungle. The era of locking up the old or disabled in the house waiting for them to die are long gone.

Na hapo ndipo kazi ya wheelchair au comfortable horse drawn cart hupatikana. Sio kuumiza mabega ya walala hoi na modified chuma weighing 100kgs + his obese weight ya 103 kgs. Heri pamba au soft sponge ingewekwa mahali chuma inafinya mabega lakini mkoloni mweusi nani.

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He couldn’t walk much towards the end of his life. This is in the gorilla forest in Uganda. Those carriers make their money in such ways. They are like golf caddies. Use other means, you will render many jobless.
Cc: @Lionheart

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Understood

As long as you pay sioni shida , kabla nisafiri kuzim lazima ninyanyuliwe kama kabeshire Charleson johjo na baruya kadhaa