This is Guka - Ha Ha Ha Ha! Wanaridisha Mbuzi za Uhunye...

Niliwaambia we will apply local solutions to local problems mkaona ni mzaha. And we are Gikuyus so we are not talking about witchcraft here.

The hired thugs that stole Uhunye’s sheep have returned about 20 of them.

Five were dumped at a police station by an unknown car.

The word has got out - “tunawakujia”…hakuna haraka. Hata ikichukua mwaka ama mbili kitaeleweka…

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You calling me a house nigga son?

We mzee sheep are not mbuzi

Kikuyus have a hard time differentiating. Kwanza wazee wa Ndeiya

It baffles me, kondoo=sheep, mbuzi=goat. Kila kitu wanaita “mburi”.

The invasion was just a symbolic act, to message Uhuru that chaos will start at the top if it ever happened. It’s not as if a peasant’s life would change from stealing one sheep, or that Kenyatta would grow poorer upon losing a few sheep.

Welcome to Ndeiya.

Well, the message was returned to the sender.

Garbage.

Sheep in Kikuyu = ng’odu.
Mbuzi in Kikuyu = mburi

Degree muhimu sana

Hakuna kitu huwa inanibore kama nikiorder nyama ya mbuzi wanipee kondoo!!!

Lazima uulize kama ni “mbuzi meee” that’s the code word. Thank me later

Most kikuyus from RV use mburi to refer to both sheep and goats.

Sasa kama umeshakula utarudi northlands ukunie?

Hehe true especially in some of the smaller towns. Had a quick meal in narumoru recently and we were served kondoo. Some folks can’t stand the smell of kondoo so they had to eat sembe na mboga tu as there was no time to order alternative…lesson learnt

:D:D:Dhapa umetuingilia bana…kuna wengine wetu tunajua difference ya Mbûri na Ng’ondu.

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“tHis Is gUkA”
Funny coming from a 34 y/o dude still living with his mom

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In Kikuyu language, Mburi is a general term for sheep and goats.

Otherwise:
sheep = general term is ng’ondu
goats = general term is thenge

Mburi is used interchangeably with Mbuzi though in kiswahili mbuzi = goats, kondoo = sheep.

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GOATS AND SHEEP WERE STOLEN THAT DAY.