Throwback Thursday

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Enyewe the wall is unrelentless and undefeated kama Lucy alikuwa that stunning!! :p:p

What is up with the dead people?

The wall is merciless and takes no prisoners
Look how mama ngina was also busty

What is in that photo below jomo, @Gatheca and ngina?

Wagalla massacre, more than five thousand civilians were massacred by the moi brutal regime, another reason why he is rotting in hell now

Wagalla massacre

Hahah nimeona "story of giants ".
Nice throwback.

Hiyo hadithi ya jitu lenye jicho moja kubwa katikati ya uso ilinitia uwoga sana giza kunipata msituni nikitafuta mapera na matunda mengineo.

Man eaters. " Asiyesikia la mkuu huvunjika guu".

I thought we are the man eaters. We swallow you ,your wallet and properties. :D:D:D

Somalis walikuwa wanafanyiana maovu huko kila siku miaka nenda miaka rudi. What Somalis were doing to the women in the name of cattle raiding and clan squabbles was unacceptable. There can be no progress without peace. Since the massacre, clans have found formulas for future relationships and have learned to encourage their youth to complete their education. Moi may be in hell, but life in Wajir is a lot less hostile after the massacre.

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:smiley: wah! Kuna mtu anajua mahali naweza pata hiyo tv?

Waah!! Wannabe chifu mbuuta kumbe si wewe ulianza simping

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Those were the days when we were sparsely populated, kuenda shule, soko, kanisa, kupeleka ng’ombe malishoni,was a full day activity. Ukitoka asubuhi, hadi jioni ndio uonekane.All the above activities were done communally, sio ubinafsi kama nowadays.

Context RE that second last pic, one with three kids?

Ni ule msee wa Brookside akibeba mguu ya kuku

Uhuru carrying toy gun

That bastard must be quite tall