ZINAZIDI KUENDA

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The Swahili people (or Waswahili) are an ethnic and cultural group inhabiting East Africa. Members primarily reside on the Swahili coast, in an area encompassing the Zanzibar archipelago, littoral Kenya, the Tanzania seaboard, and northern Mozambique. The name Swahili is derived from Arabic: سواحل‎, romanized: Sawāhil, lit. 'coasts'. The Swahili speak the Swahili language, which belongs to the Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo family. ......


as copied from wikipedia...but wakenya kama kawa tunapenda kuwa entitled..mimi nitashika nareh wakati wataiba words kama "nipeleke na rieng"..."rada".."okwonkwo"..etc..but kwa sai swahili inachezea ligi ya international languages kama spanish,french,
 

Euler

Village Elder
#5
:D:Dnah..this one is "ours"...see for them is just a regular name..sisi it means mzito
I can see what you are trying to do here. Nishakuonea 18 :D:D:D. You want to rebrand foreign names but you don't want to yours to be rebranded? Major rebranded Okwonkwo and I believe the foreigners are giving Kenyan names a different identity hata Kama ni kuchange color or it's initial usage. But nakubali foreigners are stealing to much of our culture. Kenyans we have to input much more effort in this regard
 

Tom Bayeye

Village Sponsor
#8
Mlisema Kikoi, Kiondo, Hakuna Matata zilienda zote? Sasa hata "Jenga" imeenda.
wacha prokopanda aiseh!!! Jenga was created by Leslie Scott, the co-founder of Oxford Games Ltd, based on a game that evolved within her family in the early 1970s using children's wooden building blocks the family purchased from a sawmill in Takoradi, Ghana.

how old are you son? ulienda china juzi ,ukaona jenga? jiiiiisas
 

LISPY

Village Elder
#9
wacha prokopanda aiseh!!! Jenga was created by Leslie Scott, the co-founder of Oxford Games Ltd, based on a game that evolved within her family in the early 1970s using children's wooden building blocks the family purchased from a sawmill in Takoradi, Ghana.

how old are you son? ulienda china juzi ,ukaona jenga? jiiiiisas
Hehehe, thanks Mr. genius for googling that for us.
Yeah, saw Jenga for the first time like the many things I keep seeing for the first time in my several travels.
 

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