Naija barber in the hood.

Nyadist

Village Elder
#1
Wonders will never cease, katika pilka pilka zangu za kunukisha kitunguu nimejipata mathare area three doing some installation work.. Now what caught my attention is the accent of a barber i passed through his kinyozi while asking for directions, now i though he was a Obinna or dr. Ofweneke wannabe just to be told later that the guy indeed is a naija man who shaves in that kibanda for the last 5years, i cant imagine this guy came all the way from naija to shave heads, ama he is a mwana mihadarati and is using hio kibanda as a guise for his pharma business?
 

grandpa

Village Elder
#3
At one time I had a bunch of 5 Nigerian neighbours who used to co-habit in a 2 bedroom house. One 'allegedly' owned a trucking company in Lagos while in reality he did 411 scams and peddled drugs at Aqua with 3 others and the last was seeking a job as a waiter after a failed football career at a Mogadishu football club.
 

Okwonkwo

Village Chief
#4
he's no different from others who leave their countries to go to Europe kuosha vinyanye, or to Saudia to be domestic workers in squalor conditions.

The problems he might have left back home he's the only one who knows. And he mihht might be happy and peace at heart being in a Nairobi slum than a slum of Lagos or Abuja.
 

mikel

Village Sponsor
#10
Naija and Congolese barbers have taken over all world capitals.....Alafu pia they have diversified into salons specializing in dreadlocks. I must admit they are very resourceful in so many other ways esp kule majuu
 
#13
Kuna jamaa hapa kenyatalk alisema akisafiri huwa hataki mambo ya west Africans, ati jamaa anaeza tu kukusalimia na kumbe ashakuwekea mihadarati. Lakini haiwezekani mtu alipie ndege all the way from huko akuje kuwa barber kwanza Mathare. So that kinyozi feeds him and still earns him enough to send back home? Ingekua some executive kinyozi huko leafy suburbs hivi ningeelewa. It must be a front for some other business.
 

WuTang

Village Chief
#14
Kuna jamaa hapa kenyatalk alisema akisafiri huwa hataki mambo ya west Africans, ati jamaa anaeza tu kukusalimia na kumbe ashakuwekea mihadarati. Lakini haiwezekani mtu alipie ndege all the way from huko akuje kuwa barber kwanza Mathare. So that kinyozi feeds him and still earns him enough to send back home? Ingekua some executive kinyozi huko leafy suburbs hivi ningeelewa. It must be a front for some other business.
Or may be he came hoping for something better then he got stuck with no other way to earn a living. It happens.
 

Afro

Village Elder
#15
Kuna jamaa hapa kenyatalk alisema akisafiri huwa hataki mambo ya west Africans, ati jamaa anaeza tu kukusalimia na kumbe ashakuwekea mihadarati. Lakini haiwezekani mtu alipie ndege all the way from huko akuje kuwa barber kwanza Mathare. So that kinyozi feeds him and still earns him enough to send back home? Ingekua some executive kinyozi huko leafy suburbs hivi ningeelewa. It must be a front for some other business.
I think kuna wenye huja hapa kutafuta greener pastures only to lack hadi fare ya kurudi kwao. i've seen a chinese akichoma mahindi
 

kasaman

Village Elder
#20
Wonders will never cease, katika pilka pilka zangu za kunukisha kitunguu nimejipata mathare area three doing some installation work.. Now what caught my attention is the accent of a barber i passed through his kinyozi while asking for directions, now i though he was a Obinna or dr. Ofweneke wannabe just to be told later that the guy indeed is a naija man who shaves in that kibanda for the last 5years, i cant imagine this guy came all the way from naija to shave heads, ama he is a mwana mihadarati and is using hio kibanda as a guise for his pharma business?
Most of the barber shop have Rwadies
 

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