By Vincent Kejitan | 2 months ago
Last year brought us Barbz wame-muok lots of new street sheng and slangski, especially from the likes of ‘Mbogi Genje'
By Smitta Smitten | 7 months ago
Sheng is gradually taking over and its usage rampantly accepted not only the young but also older generation and corporate world.
By Felix Kavii | 10 months ago
Sheng used to be a shunned language by the educated classes, till corporates began embracing it in adverts
By Tony Mochama | 1 year ago
"When you are praying in Sheng' and call God fathela and Big man Bazu...hiyo maombi unaona ni kama itafika?”
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Sheng that is so hardcore when you hear it, you may as well be hearing Greek
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Over 100 sheng words you would want to know
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To survive in Nairobi as a woman you either had a passport or a hubby. Sasa sindio hao madame Wasapere walienda Marish kuolewa na maboy wa railway
Will Kiswahili one day go the way of Latin, leaving Sheng, Kenya’s urban youth language, to reign supreme?
Wenger- Someone who is not willing to spend money: “My boyfriend took me to some club the other day but he was being a Wenger.”
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Kenyan youth were greatly excited when United States President Barack Obama greeted delegates at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Sheng.
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So we enter the last week of the April hols with the latest slangski on the streets. Kiddos, take out your exercise books n copy this
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