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Juxa   

i actually have muqmad at home, courtesy to my lovely eedo, marka waa inaan soor ukarsadaa caawa

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STOIC   

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Heh.Dirty Eastleigh..

 

 

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They own the road

 

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My place of Sleep..at a ranch

 

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Whole Raosted Goat we had....African style

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N.O.R.F   

Is that Eastleigh dadku ka sheekeeyaan? Looks like a **** hole.

 

Afternoon beebal. Cheese and egg manakish for lunch :)

 

JB, come out of that fb jail warya.

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Rahima   

N.O.R.F;966013 wrote:
Is that Eastleigh dadku ka sheekeeyaan? Looks like a **** hole.

I've only ever heard of how disgusting the place is- and now we see the evidence.

 

Anyhow STOIC, sheeko ayaa noo socotay, please do provide us with more info on Kenya especially lifestyle, business and property.

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N.O.R.F   

NGONGE;966026 wrote:
I'm sure someone will put it up within seconds of it being broadcast, Norf.

No necessarily. I've been searching for the Panorama programme about black youth unemployment where Sol Campbell interviews some of you cousins in Likhverpool.

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Apophis   

Stoic: your one-sided narrative on Eastleigh has not gone unnoticed. As you well know, the area is undergoing road building and your first picture is evidence of that and nothing else. I'm here and I see huge road improvement compared to 2009. Soon all the roads will be tarmacked. The well heeled may term the place “hell-hole" and similar ignorant terms but to those in the know, it's a place full of fun and adventure.

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Juxa   

war bal warama?

 

not having best day, first anigoo daalan, second a 60 year old saying to reception and my calling F-word, then another insisting a guarantee he will win before he makes payment, waar adeer lacagta bixi marka hore

 

i need a holiday! where is ibti when you need her?

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STOIC   

Apophis, Heh. You are not gonna tell me anything about Eastleigh and its sewage filled crater roads. Many of the taxis were even refusing to take me to eastleigh because they have to dodge a pothole. One had to jib around manholes filled with human wastes. Saxiib I have no intention of having ill feeling towards the city but I report what I see. One may think there is a river that busted its banks when you see sewage water make a pool in the middle of the road. Heh I would have reported if i seen Eastleigh as a leafy suburb like some of the other places I have seen in Nairobi. One had to take circuitous routes just to get between the big Somali mall buildings to avoid stepping on human wAste potholes. Maybe. You confused me with someone who has never been to Nairobi before but I can school you on it

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Apophis   

If you compare the US suburbs to Eastleigh, you're going to have a problem.

 

If you compare Nairobi surbubs to Eastleigh you're going to have a problem.

 

If you compare Eastleigh of yesterday to today's Eastleigh you will be closer to reality; as I have said, and no doubt you've observed, the roads are being built and resurfaced. This will take time and thus there's no need to disparage the place because of that.

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STOIC   

Rahima, the truth is, there are slew of business opportunities in Kenya and thanks to the innovative Somalis who are willing to share what works in Africa.To the self conscious average western Somali, Kenya may seem scary, corrupt and uncomfortable for your liking but if you can stomach all these I think one can make it big. One needs to dug into the market and find out what people needs. It seems like technology is catching up in Africa and there will be many more opportunities. If one can go for business that are not usual Somali knee-jerk business like shops and hotels I think the potentials are there. And it seems, most of the Somalis are not above these kind of business. Everyone is always talking about Africa being the next big thing, but if you don't do your research you will fail miserably. Majority of the people lie and are looking for ways to rip you off. First of all you want to put yourself In a situation where you have the capital and ready with your research. I have met few diaspora friends who left here a year ago and still chasing contracts that never came to fruition. The system is not structured and you may loose few years chasing after phantom contracts. Not all of this is solely the system fault, but also the guys were ill prepared according to my understanding.

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