Am about to close the shop…which I[ATTACH=full]468055[/ATTACH] remember I started with a capital of 800 Bob only … this electrician comes to my shop with 5m of 1.5 wire , he tells me he needs only 300/= , I decline even as he begs kariba alie… the reason been asubuhi nilinunulia yeye wire worth 4,400/= now it has clocked in his mind hajanunulia his young family supper …I tell him I got more financial problems sinunui , he even begs nimukopeshe sasa but I refuse… as we talk another electrician comes by with a customer buys 25condute pipes and some switch boxes … the 1st mlevi electrician is there in hope I give him 300/= but anaburia patupu amenifika kwenye koo nikikumbuka ako na 800 zangu hajawahi lipa …he realises I won’t give him n he slowly walks away…
As I relax in my shop doing the calculations of how much to give the 2nd fundi …coz as u know kuna bei ya customer na fundi…naweka 370/= kando za fundi he will get them coz siwezi mpea mbele ya customer …
Kidogo kidogo mwaura kijana hufanya vibarua za mjengo comes …he looks thin and demarcated bibiye alizaa few weeks ago n am sure it’s the usual …“macha niwekee hii kasimu Unipee Mia nipate za sapa akiiii” …huyu ni huruma ya mtoto nimesikia walahi hata ningempaa bure nivile tu namujua na ulevi na kupenda wamama wa bar hizi tulocal pubs …
I take the kamulika mwizi n hand him the 100/= , najua atachukua after 1week huyu au kesho aseme nimuongeze Mia…
From my own point of view I realise the key to poverty for most men is alcohol and women …
uzuri wewe ata hujifichangi…
nitapitia hapo siku moja kama snipper nikurushie bia kadhaa lakini uchunge mkia my fren:D
Sasa kama unajua shida yao kua shylock legit.
I think our people especially the young ones have to be sensitised on the need to do family planning and reduce or stop altogether the consumption of alcohol. Our unemployed women should be educated and empowered on the challenges of giving birth without knowing how to raise the kids
N they continue giving birth n live like rats
This has to stop one way or the other. It’s no longer a laughing matter.
On a serious note it shud …but remember most of them are uneducated
Some women also tend to give birth due to pressure from social media. They see their friends and colleagues post pics on social media together with their kids and they feel the pressure. They reason like if so and so has give birth, then I too should yet unapata dem Hana hata KAZI and the kind of boyfriend they have, you don’t see them having any meaningful future together
Uneducated Christians wanaamini mungu huleta mtoto na sahani yake.
As veteran usiwe unakubali hizo vitu za wizi ziletewe kwako direct,one day utajua hujui,hio kazi yako itafilisika
True. Siku moja atajipata ndani. Kwanza simu na laptops ni trackable. Akipatwa na simu ya wizi mwenyewe akuwe aliuliwa next tutamuona Inooro akisema vile amefungwa 50 years juu ya makosa hakufanya.
Demarcated seems more appropriate than emaciated in this case. Great hekaya elder.
Huyo jamaa mlevi aliyekuuzia wire ya 4k lazima ni gambler on top of being a lanye eater.
Heheheheheh true he loves nyash
I agree. Alcohol and women disproportionately impoverish low earning men because they spend a higher percentage of their income on the vices. If you spend a maximum of 2% of your income on alcohol and women/entertainment, then it won’t derail your financial goals. Unfortunately, you find a guy earning 30k blowing 10k on booze and women i.e a whooping 33% of his income…that’s financial suicide.
ii nyang’ao iangushe hekaya moja buana, ya pale ndeiya…
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I submit hear that women and alcohol are the tools Men use to combat mental health , to keep sane and give them selves hope. That it is.