Naacha hi hapa

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We are also all billionaires here, na hatusumbui! Wasituletee za ovyo.

A great leader knows when to keep quite.

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I have noticed something funny about Mashamba. When he speaks fluent Swahili, he tends to act diplomatic & can actually camouflage his rather clandestine side. But when he speaks Swahili in his fake acquired Kalenjin accent, his real character comes to play & makes one shudder by the mere thought of his presidency.

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Alikuwa amefikiri amepeana Waiguru to be lynched by the public wakati alisema “cat walking blablabla” Now the tables have turned against him. Well played Waiguru well played

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[SIZE=6]Seven Social Sins[/SIZE]
Seven Social Sins, sometimes called theSeven Blunders of the World, is a list thatMohandas Karamchand Gandhipublished in his weekly newspaperYoung India on October 22, 1925.[1] Later he gave this same list to his grandson,Arun Gandhi, written on a piece of paper on their final day together shortly before his assassination.[2] The Seven Sins are:

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[li]Wealth without work.[/li][li]Pleasure without conscience.[/li][li]Knowledge without character.[/li][li]Commerce without morality.[/li][li]Science without humanity.[/li][li]Worship without sacrifice.[/li][li]Politics without principle.[/li][/ol]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Social_Sins

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how can a Kalenjin use a “fake acquired Kalenjin accent”?

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It means he can speak fluent Swahili without the Kalenjin accent. He only resorts to the latter to spew vitriol.

yeah, Ruto angenyamaza,someone here said he made a mistake to attack waiguru

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Engaging Boniface Mwangi was a blunder to.

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Ruto is a case of a dog that stole meat. Ukiinua kiboko inalia na si eti unataka kuichapa. From Waiguru probe , she did not mention Ruto.

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like murkomen hee

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@bpol hehehehehe. huyo siku hizi anatweet tu Zaburi mlango wa kwanza and the likes. how things change yawa.

Though I do struggle with this language hope you wanted to mean `quiet’.

Senior, you sound like you haven’t been around here for long enough. What part of the bold and italicized word didn’t you understand?