Radio Jambo's Patanisho host Gidi met one mzungu guy who funnily lectured him for skipping the line at the airport in fluent Kiswahili.
Wewe umevuka line ni kama wewe ni matatu. Tumejipanga hapa, wewe urudi ukae hapo nyuma. Kuna tout hapa JKIA, wewe rudi
Some matatu passengers look at the newspaper am reading then back at me thinking that I am just showing off. They often ask if I understand what I am reading and when I say I do they stare in disbelief,” he added.Kai Vogt is an Anglo-Dutch who was born in Sudan and has developed a mastery of Hausa, Swahili, German, English and French languages.
The rare confession attracted lots of vibrations from his followers, many encouraging him to keep on trying while others opted to throw stones at the woman who have denied Gidi access to his son.On Sunday, Zari Hassan jot down a message of appreciation to singer Diamond Platnumz, saluting him for being present in his kid’s life. The post is what prompted Gidi to open up.
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