Has anyone bought a router from AliExpress?

Le Dante

Village Elder
#3
1.question mark
noun
a punctuation mark (?) indicating a question.
used to express doubt or uncertainty about something.

2. Negation in Swahili. Kuna becomes Hakuna. Not akuna. Hakuna. Other examples :Ina - Haina, Uta... - Hauta...

What do you mean by "akuna duty"
Ni swali ama statement? What does it even mean? That kuna duty? or Hakuna duty?
 
#4
1.question mark
noun
a punctuation mark (?) indicating a question.
used to express doubt or uncertainty about something.

2. Negation in Swahili. Kuna becomes Hakuna. Not akuna. Hakuna. Other examples :Ina - Haina, Uta... - Hauta...

What do you mean by "akuna duty"
Ni swali ama statement? What does it even mean? That kuna duty? or Hakuna duty?
Good morning deputy principle
 

hadadoh

Village Elder
#6
Ni ya nyumba? Mtu hawezi tembea tu kwa duka akanunua router? Ama unanunua bulk uuze?
Some people are in far flung areas. To be honest in the nearest town to where some people live you may not get wide range of routers to choose from or even get one. That's why jumia aliexpress and other online shops are very useful.
 

shocks

Village Sponsor
#7
1.question mark
noun
a punctuation mark (?) indicating a question.
used to express doubt or uncertainty about something.

2. Negation in Swahili. Kuna becomes Hakuna. Not akuna. Hakuna. Other examples :Ina - Haina, Uta... - Hauta...

What do you mean by "akuna duty"
Ni swali ama statement? What does it even mean? That kuna duty? or Hakuna duty?
Mwarimo
 

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