A man has left Kenyans talking after he stood in the streets of Nairobi cautioning fellow Kenyans of a unique behaviour. In the streets of Nairobi,he stood holding a placard which was written in Kiswahili and read"Hii ￼Nairobi,Ogopa madem.Wengi wao ni waongo sana" which can be lovely translated to mean,"Be careful with Nairobi ladys. Most of them are liars."
Don in leather jacket,a mask and motorbike helmet perhaps to conceal his identify,he made sure his point was home with a well written placard.
The photo shared by Radio Maisha presenter, Billy Miya has left Kenyans talking while weighing down his opinion.
This trend has become common way to pass message in the streets of Nairobi. People have been captured holding placards seeking for employments,partners or simply passing message to those who cares to read.
Nairobi city has also been alleged to be a city that requires tactics for survival as been sung by gengetone artist,Mejja in his song "Tabia Za Watu wa Nairobi."
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