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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby theyuusuf143 » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:23 am

So many foolish Somalis give their money to Kenya/Kenyans when they go on holiday there, start businesses there, invest in property there. We need a divest/boycott movement. Intiina Nairobi/Mombasa 2nd home ka dhigatay, Kenyaatidu waxay idin yiraahdeen:

"Somalia's elites spend much of their time in Nairobi wheeler-dealing, laundering money and generally having a good time as their people kill each other."
Exactly especially those people from Xamar should encourage traveling to Xamar, The probability that u can be killed or robbed in Nairobi or bombasa is very higher compare to Mogadishu.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby Hyperactive » Thu Dec 10, 2015 8:52 am

sumu, alhamdullilah you safe and sound.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheblueNwhite » Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:04 am

You should very mindful about your belongings. Nairobi is full of thieves.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby inaXasan » Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:59 am

Eastleigh has a population density of atleast 300,000/km2 :lol: Somali badanaa meeshu.

It is especially full these days because it's almost Christmas and people want cheap ass nice clothes to wear. Before Eid is even worse walahi. You can't walk around main street.

There are way too many thieves, the police are the worst thieves. At night you must go out with a large group and avoid Police because they'll rob you with their guns or frame you and lock you up. It was million times worse but things are improving. at least they started installing street lights so you can see the piece of shit thief and run, beat him/her.

we got my awesome ina apti MP fixing this place up so in 10 years it will be a clean ass non-ghetto :lol:

stay safe and watch your pockets. Nairobi weather is perfect so enjoy as much as you can


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