Some phrases have become part of the Kenyan lingo so much so that they are used even in formal conversations but have you ever wondered who came up with them?Below are some of the people behind the most viral phrases;
1.Kata simu, tupo site.
Its one of the newest and most used phrase in Kenya.The phrase was popularised by Tanzanian Comedian Mzee Mjegeje.The phrase means that the person on the other end should hang up because you are in a situation that does not allow you to pick up at that time.
Dennis ombogo a man from Usian gishu is the man behind the phrase after a journalist asked him to give to give views on the voting process in August 9th 2022.Simply means 'idont have an opinion.'
The term became popular when gengetone artist Exray released a song called dubbed 'sipangwingwi'.The term simply means someone cannot make plans for you.
The term was brought into public by the COTU boss Francis Atwoli.Its simply implies the uncivilised nature of someone.
The phrase was recently popularised by the gengetone artist stivo simple boy.The phrase simply means you are doing well.
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