The Father and the Son

Is is true the M7 is Tutsi ama ni conspiracy against Tutsi?

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He is.

Very true. The same way Robert Mugabe has his roots in Zambia, and not Zimbabwe while Kenneth Kaunda came from Malawi and not Zambia. Lungu, the current Zambian president is very much malawian. African borders will always remain nonsensical to me

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Ameanza kua kama Ghaddafi with female bodyguards

Ata Moi is from South Sudan nahasumbui.
Come to think of it, alitusumbua!..

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Ata UOTP akishindwa atatusumbua ndio apee uthamaki RWNBP

Na jomo si walisema ni wa kutoka kwa M7…

If Jomo is from Uganda then I’m a Newzealand Maori.

Hapana. But they claim huyo mseiya hakuwa the real shine eye. Wao hudai ati alikuwa mgiriama sijui mchonyi sijui mduruma…kitu kaa hiyo

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Jomo was Embian he grew upper two tooth first it was considered a curse and he was thrown into the forest to die… He was picked by unknown people who brought him up among the whoever brought him up but kept his roots Gikuyu he spent his time at muru wa tetu (son of tetu) place in Embu… My grandfather’s story

Women are snitches…very useful.

Ukichambua kwa kina, utaibuka na kiini cha uvumi huo. Wacha nikupe dondoo
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After the celebrations, Obote arranged for his Kenyan visitors to visit Hoima, capital of the Bunyoro Kingdom, for a courtesy call on the king. The Kenyans were happy to accept. Here, Lutta takes up the story:

“When Obote asked us Kenyans to visit Hoima, we all assumed it was just another event of the festivities. We got there at about one o’clock and had lunch and we enjoyed various entertainment activities. At about 6pm, Sir Tito Owiny, the Bunyoro King, invited us all to enter the palace. I don’t think anybody else has said this. And the people who were there are all dead.

“When we got inside the palace, Sir Tito faced president Kenyatta and told him: ‘Go straight there. That is your father’s chair. Go and sit on your father’s chair.’ And it was not an ordinary chair. It was a throne, very ornate. Kenyatta did not ask any question or hesitate in any manner. He strode majestically there and sat on the throne. It is as if he knew everything.”

“But first, a man called John Kakonge was the one interpreting the proceedings. They were crowning Kenyatta as the King of Bunyoro. The Kenyan delegation sat bemused, not understanding what was going on. But Kakonge was translating, saying Kenyatta is being crowned King of the Bunyoro. It went on and on and on. Women were dancing. Drums were beaten. After all this, Sir Tito said to Kenyatta ‘you are not going back to Kenya because you are now the King of Bunyoro.’
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Courtesy The Monitor UG. I bet you’ve never heard of the story…
cc: @It’s Le Scumbag

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Your grandpops should meet the story tellers from Mijikenda. Vita pap!!

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Hehe just like any other tales I got no choice… Waache wauane waache wauane

Hehehe…wewe ulikuwa umeskia hiyo ya Wadigo?

Ya Wadigo sijaskia…

Huyo female guard hako timamu.

:D:D:D:D

Hii kitu mnatumia vibaya… a puff once in a while ni sawa… sasa mnakula kama managu mpaka imewachanganya

The story is far much believable than the other ones that exist. Si ati ni hakika kwamba ni mganda, ni kwamba walimkaribisha kama wao, kisha watu wamebadili hio hekaya ikawa mzaha tuuuu…

Jomo was from ug ata wakati uhuru alishinda, that community celebrated alot. Hakuna shiny eye ashawai kuwa prezo . kibaki ni mbaluya

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