Obama Vs Raila

Posted on September 3, 2007. Filed under: Butdoisay TRUE STORIES |

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Obama Vs Raila….but…do…i….say….Are luos taking over the world? One to lead the most powerful country in the world-the USA and the other one to lead probably the most beautiful country in the world-Kenya.

Some of us call them the British, why because they are so learned, like to speak English and when they are amongst themselves they mix it with dholuo, they like wearing suits and marinate it with a brief case full of books to read in the trains or buses.Unlike us the luhyas who carry a tiny Sanyo radio on a bicycle on our way to work…luos believe in big things…a volvo with a stereo…either a sony or a pioneer…..and when they talk they talk big…..ehehehe…look at my white volvo…..dont you think its matching with my white suit…nani kama mimi….butdoisay……

The good thing with the luos is they are proud, they would never take these shady jobs, they go for good jobs like the banks, money exchange, airlines etc while we the luhyas do not care….we brush their shoes while listening to our Sanyo…Sanyo pamparrarrraaa….listening to our favorites song….” mtoto si nguo utamupa mutu mama” (a child is not a cloth you can borrow someone)

They are also aggressive and outgoing…I know a Luo who is a sherriff in New york…I mean he is a Kenyan but went over seas and became a Sherriff in charge of the New York police…….butdoisay…

But all the same, we Luhyas do not give a damn as long as we get our mugadi (bread) and ichai (tea)….just become  Presidents and we will come and carry your brief cases, brush your shoes and iron your shirts…..All the Best….Butdoisay…..

Clay Onyango.

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i like the luhya style of life….
this are guys who in the bygone era..walikua lazima wakue na suti ya “kodroi”…
then their favourite jobbo was “wochi” ama “kuk” then their favourite pass of time is watching their wives wasihanywe…hata ongaro aliwaimbia kawimbo towards that……..
then jaluo…washana nao..hata wale wako ulaya you can easily tell,but let me not go there atleast not for now
lakini my favourites are this guys the okuyus………ithink they are the settlers in kenya by this i mean they are virtually everywhere in kenya…have you ever gone to lake victoria and seen who owns the refrigerated trucks for transporting the fish? ama in riftvalley who owns bigger mashambas ama in coast…hata in maasai land we have okuyus who talk maasai……halafu is coincidence ama for real the guys who work in morgues..all talk kikuyu….are they okuyus ama they are talking the money language?
so i say one thing this guys have is the drive ya maisha…(chapa)
ama niseme akili ni mali
eg
Mwangi lived alone upcountry. He wanted to dig his sweet potato
garden,
but it was very hard work as the ground was hard. His only son, Mwaura
, who
used to help him, was in kamiti prison.

The old man wrote a letter to his son and described his predicament.

Dear Mwaura ,

I am feeling pretty bad because it looks like I won’t be able to plant
my
ngwashe garden this year. I’m just getting too old to be digging up a
garden
plot. If you were here, I know you would dig the plot for me.

Love, Dad

A few days later he received a letter from his son.

Dear Dad,

Don’t dig up that garden. That’s where I buried the BODIES.

Love, Mwash

At 4 a.m. the next morning, kanga squad agents and local police arrived
and
dug up the entire area without finding any bodies. They apologized to
the
old man and left. That same day the old man received another letter
from his
son.

Dear Dad,

Go ahead and plant the ngwashe now. That’s the best I could do under
the
circumstances.

Love, Mwash

Akili ni mali , tumia yako!! but do i say!!!!!!!!
by the way hiyo story inatufundisha they are good thieves…lol

Lol….thanks for the story…

Njoroge buys a cow from Ole Bogani for Sh 20,000/- and asks him to
deliver it the next day.
The next day Ole Bongani shows up at Njoroge’s doorstep. ” Sorry
Njoroge but the cow died last night.”
“OK”, says Njoroge, ” Give me my money back”.” Sorry, I have already
spent it,” said Ole Bongani. “Goodness gracious!.. eha ngobe?, bring
me the dead cow,” says Njoroge. “I’ll know what to do”.
The next morning, the carcass are delivered to Njoroge. A fortnight
later,
Ole Bongani bumps into Njoroge and asks him what he did with the dead
cow.
“Oh, I entered a raffle for it to be won, and sold 150 tickets at Sh
500
each and made a profit of Sh 75,000 I just didn’t tell anybody that
the cow was dead”.

“But didn’t people complain?” asks Ole Bongani in amazement. “Only
the guy who won, so I gave him his Sh 500 back”.
One reason to say “Najivunia kuwa Mugikuyu”


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