Dar katanuka for Kenyans, be safe

Soprano

Village Elder
#3
Going by discussions in parliament on xenophobia, Kenyans may have a tough encounter in dar. Huyo jaguar blary Ghaseer ameharibu maneno sana.
Let them do what they want. Why all this extreme overeaction? All the attention seeker did was yap incoherently about a non issue! On the other hand, the Dar system itself has been known to extradite kenyans and confiscate their properties!!! Who's holier than the other now?
 
#9
Kenyans stop being pussies , sasa because an MP made a comment that has angered Bongolalas does not mean we start opening our behinds and begging , shit men..

Sometimes i wonder what would happen if some Nation declared war on KE, all "meek and peace loving Kenyan pussies" would be begging the govt to surrender.

Tanzanians don't treat Kenyans any better. Maybe its time we took this chance to talk about that.
 
#10
Going by discussions in parliament on xenophobia, Kenyans may have a tough encounter in dar. Huyo jaguar blary Ghaseer ameharibu maneno sana.
How many Kenyans are in Dar? These majamas should have gone back to Tz like jana.... where in Tz have you heard of sector or a section of town dominated by 'foreigners' ie Kenyans.... We can do better without Tz kwani iko nini
 

Soprano

Village Elder
#11
… Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said the government took the remarks seriously and has summoned Kenya’s envoy to explain.

“We summoned the Kenyan High Commissioner to Tanzania. We also spoke to our High Commissioner in Kenya. The Kenyan diplomat said it was a personal utterance that had nothing to do with the official position of the Kenyan government. He promised that his country would summon the lawmaker to explain what he actually meant by the statement,” said Mr Majaliwa.

In response, the Kenyan government distanced itself from Mr Njagua’s comments and assured safety to foreigners who wish to invest in the country.

"Kenyans are [a] peace loving people who have over the years coexisted with others of different nationalities. This is a value that we cherish as a nation and wish to uphold," said the statement.
 
#12
… Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said the government took the remarks seriously and has summoned Kenya’s envoy to explain.

“We summoned the Kenyan High Commissioner to Tanzania. We also spoke to our High Commissioner in Kenya. The Kenyan diplomat said it was a personal utterance that had nothing to do with the official position of the Kenyan government. He promised that his country would summon the lawmaker to explain what he actually meant by the statement,” said Mr Majaliwa.

In response, the Kenyan government distanced itself from Mr Njagua’s comments and assured safety to foreigners who wish to invest in the country.

"Kenyans are [a] peace loving people who have over the years coexisted with others of different nationalities. This is a value that we cherish as a nation and wish to uphold," said the statement.
Sasa Jugua amecheza game pattern mpya diverting the ball from WSR assassination to the 'assassination ' of 'foreigners ' in Gikomba.... He he he... Clever move by Jubilee morons :D
 
#14
Lakini sasa utatofautishaje mwafika ambaye sii mkenya? I think it is very had to do so. Other Kenyans will definitley be victimis of xenophobia if he executes his threats. The comments by Mr.Jaguar are unfortunate and could have far reaching implications.
 

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