148 Sayings of Kenyan Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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148 Sayings of Kenyan Origin

1. "Only scratch where you can reach." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Only scratch where you can reach. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

2. "Never talk about a rope in the house of a man who has just been hanged." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Never talk about a rope in the house of a man who has just been hanged. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

3. "Never let a hyena know how well you can bite." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Never let a hyena know how well you can bite. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

4. "Dip after dip depletes a jar of honey." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Dip after dip depletes a jar of honey. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

5. "A bird does not change its feathers because the weather is bad." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A bird does not change its feathers because the weather is bad. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

6. "A child does not die because the mother's breasts are dry." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A child does not die because the mother's breasts are dry. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

7. "The house of a madman is never burnt." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The house of a madman is never burnt. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

8. "Bad dancing does not break an engagement." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Bad dancing does not break an engagement. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

9. "Cut your nose to save your face." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Cut your nose to save your face. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

10. "Help yourself and God will help you." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Help yourself and God will help you. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

11. "No matter how tall the neck is, the head will always be on top of it." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how tall the neck is, the head will always be on top of it. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

12. "No one can pass twice between the thighs of an elephant." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No one can pass twice between the thighs of an elephant. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

13. "He who wants to sleep in the middle must be first to arrive." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who wants to sleep in the middle must be first to arrive. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

14. "A man who sleeps with your mother can slap you in her absence." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A man who sleeps with your mother can slap you in her absence. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

15. "It is the duty of children to wait on elders, and not the elders on children." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the duty of children to wait on elders, and not the elders on children. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

16. "Hurrying has no blessing." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Hurrying has no blessing. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

17. "Old age devours your youth." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Old age devours your youth. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

18. "Bartered grains do not fill up the granary." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Bartered grains do not fill up the granary. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

19. "Absence makes the heart forget." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Absence makes the heart forget. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

20. "Hearts do not meet one another like roads." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Hearts do not meet one another like roads. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

21. "A cat wearing gloves catches no mouse." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A cat wearing gloves catches no mouse. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

22. "The cries of a goat do not prevent it from reaching the market." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The cries of a goat do not prevent it from reaching the market. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

23. "If a greedy eater is near a patient, such a patient can never survive." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If a greedy eater is near a patient, such a patient can never survive. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

24. "However much it rains on you, no wild banana tree will grow on your head." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

However much it rains on you, no wild banana tree will grow on your head. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

25. "It is only a fool that sweats in water." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is only a fool that sweats in water. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

26. "A woman's stomach does not grow if she is not pregnant." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman's stomach does not grow if she is not pregnant. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

27. "No matter how much the world changes, cats will never lay eggs." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how much the world changes, cats will never lay eggs. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

28. "There is no elephant that complains about the weight of its trunk. No elephant is burdened by the weight of its tusks." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no elephant that complains about the weight of its trunk. No elephant is burdened by the weight of its tusks. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

29. "Talking to one another is loving one another." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Talking to one another is loving one another. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

30. "No one can use another person's teeth to smile." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No one can use another person's teeth to smile. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

31. "A debt between children born by the same mother is paid in a clever way." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A debt between children born by the same mother is paid in a clever way. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

32. "When the figs are ripe all the birds want to eat." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

When the figs are ripe all the birds want to eat. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

33. "Don't sweep another's house whilst your own is dirty." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't sweep another's house whilst your own is dirty. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

34. "Two watermelons cannot be held under one arm." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Two watermelons cannot be held under one arm. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

35. "Good fortune doesn't roar like a lion." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Good fortune doesn't roar like a lion. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

36. "A man's teeth cannot grow taller than his penis." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A man's teeth cannot grow taller than his penis. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

37. "There is no difference between growing old and living your life." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no difference between growing old and living your life. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

38. "Follow bees and get honey." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Follow bees and get honey. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

39. "Empty stomachs create friendships." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Empty stomachs create friendships. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

40. "If you receive a gift don't measure it." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If you receive a gift don't measure it. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

41. "Before swallowing a mango seed, first calculate the diameter of your anus." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Before swallowing a mango seed, first calculate the diameter of your anus. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

42. "There is no phrase that doesn't have a double meaning." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no phrase that doesn't have a double meaning. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

43. "The owl is the wisest of all birds because the more it sees, the less it talks." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The owl is the wisest of all birds because the more it sees, the less it talks. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

44. "The sweetness of sugar is not in its color." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The sweetness of sugar is not in its color. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

45. "Nobody gathers firewood to roast a thin goat." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Nobody gathers firewood to roast a thin goat. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

46. "It is better to be poor when one is young, rather than becoming poor at old age." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to be poor when one is young, rather than becoming poor at old age. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

47. "When an elephant falls, meat is sure to be surplus for those who follow the hunter." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

When an elephant falls, meat is sure to be surplus for those who follow the hunter. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

48. "It is the grass that suffers when elephants fight." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the grass that suffers when elephants fight. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

49. "Affairs of the home should not be discussed in the public square." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Affairs of the home should not be discussed in the public square. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

50. "Do not follow a person who is running a way." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not follow a person who is running a way. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

51. "Even an expert swimmer drowns." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Even an expert swimmer drowns. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

52. "No one feels the pains that arise from unintended injury." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No one feels the pains that arise from unintended injury. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

53. "You will notice no hills on the road to your loved one." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

You will notice no hills on the road to your loved one. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

54. "Water doesn't stay in the sky forever." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Water doesn't stay in the sky forever. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

55. "A rope parts where is thinnest." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A rope parts where is thinnest. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

56. "The early riser avoids the dew." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The early riser avoids the dew. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

57. "If it doesn't resemble dad, it resembles mum." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If it doesn't resemble dad, it resembles mum. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

58. "A rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A rat-trap catches both the guilty and the innocent. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

59. "We have not inherited this land from our ancestors; rather we have borrowed it from our children." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

We have not inherited this land from our ancestors; rather we have borrowed it from our children. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

60. "At the harvest you know how good the millet is." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

At the harvest you know how good the millet is. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

61. "The grave of the gravedigger is never deep." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The grave of the gravedigger is never deep. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

62. "You shouldn't hate someone unless you have slept in their house." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

You shouldn't hate someone unless you have slept in their house. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

63. "No attention is paid to him who is always complaining." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No attention is paid to him who is always complaining. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

64. "He who does not know one thing knows another." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not know one thing knows another. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

65. "He who wants what is under a bed must bend over to get it." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who wants what is under a bed must bend over to get it. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

66. "Rushing is not important, making sure is." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Rushing is not important, making sure is. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

67. "The chief's dog is chief of the dogs." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The chief's dog is chief of the dogs. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

68. "You may laugh at a friend's roof; don't laugh at his sleeping accommodation." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

You may laugh at a friend's roof; don't laugh at his sleeping accommodation. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

69. "A dead rat feels no cold." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A dead rat feels no cold. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

70. "Each has his own way of moving." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Each has his own way of moving. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

71. "No matter how far a man urinates, the last drop will always fall between his knees." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how far a man urinates, the last drop will always fall between his knees. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

72. "Even a friend cannot rescue one from old age." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Even a friend cannot rescue one from old age. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

73. "The only time you will see a quiet snake is when it has swallowed another snake." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The only time you will see a quiet snake is when it has swallowed another snake. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

74. "You cannot shave a man in his absence." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot shave a man in his absence. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

75. "A word in the heart does not win." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A word in the heart does not win. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

76. "If gold rusts, what will iron do?" (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If gold rusts, what will iron do? (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

77. "Even the small leopard is called leopard." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Even the small leopard is called leopard. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

78. "How easy it is to defeat people who do not kindle fire for themselves." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

How easy it is to defeat people who do not kindle fire for themselves. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

79. "Competition exhausted the lungs." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Competition exhausted the lungs. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

80. "Only believe a woman one day later." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Only believe a woman one day later. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

81. "The gods only hear one wish at a time, and nothing more." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The gods only hear one wish at a time, and nothing more. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

82. "A donkey always says thank you with a kick." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A donkey always says thank you with a kick. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

83. "One finger alone cannot even kill a louse." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

One finger alone cannot even kill a louse. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

84. "What's too hard for a man must be worth looking into." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

What's too hard for a man must be worth looking into. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

85. "Two fingers cannot enter the same nostril." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Two fingers cannot enter the same nostril. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

86. "Anyone who urinates in a stream should be warned because any of his relatives may drink from the water." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Anyone who urinates in a stream should be warned because any of his relatives may drink from the water. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

87. "Do not slaughter a calf before its mother's eyes." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not slaughter a calf before its mother's eyes. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

88. "An old banana leaf was once young and green." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

An old banana leaf was once young and green. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

89. "Burning charcoal is turned into ashes." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Burning charcoal is turned into ashes. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

90. "If a soup is sweet, it is money that cooks it." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If a soup is sweet, it is money that cooks it. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

91. "If a dead tree falls, it carries with it a live one." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If a dead tree falls, it carries with it a live one. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

92. "Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

93. "Once you have been tossed by a buffalo, a black ox looks like a buffalo." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Once you have been tossed by a buffalo, a black ox looks like a buffalo. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

94. "No matter how tall your grandfather was, you have to do your own growing." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

No matter how tall your grandfather was, you have to do your own growing. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

95. "When a ripe fruit sees an honest man, it drops." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

When a ripe fruit sees an honest man, it drops. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

96. "Before the gods destroy you, they first make you mad." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Before the gods destroy you, they first make you mad. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

97. "All monkeys cannot hang on the same branch." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

All monkeys cannot hang on the same branch. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

98. "Feet cannot stop one from going into danger." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Feet cannot stop one from going into danger. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

99. "The sun does not refuse to shine on a village just because it is small." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The sun does not refuse to shine on a village just because it is small. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

100. "Seeing is different from being told." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Seeing is different from being told. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

101. "A fowl does not forget where it lays its eggs." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A fowl does not forget where it lays its eggs. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

102. "A white dog does not bite another white dog." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A white dog does not bite another white dog. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

103. "There is no cure that does not have its price." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no cure that does not have its price. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

104. "A flea can trouble a lion more than the lion can harm a flea." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A flea can trouble a lion more than the lion can harm a flea. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

105. "Two footsteps do not make a path." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Two footsteps do not make a path. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

106. "Nobody walks with another man's gait." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Nobody walks with another man's gait. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

107. "A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

108. "He who refuses to obey cannot command." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who refuses to obey cannot command. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

109. "Sleep and indolence are not cousins of a good harvest." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Sleep and indolence are not cousins of a good harvest. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

110. "Having a good discussion is like having riches." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Having a good discussion is like having riches. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

111. "Every door has its own key." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Every door has its own key. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

112. "Do not say the first thing that comes to your mind." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not say the first thing that comes to your mind. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

113. "Thunder is not yet rain." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Thunder is not yet rain. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

114. "A slave has no choice." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A slave has no choice. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

115. "Just because he harmed your goat, do not go out and kill his bull." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Just because he harmed your goat, do not go out and kill his bull. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

116. "A woman who wants a child cannot sleep with her clothes on." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman who wants a child cannot sleep with her clothes on. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

117. "He who does not look ahead always remains behind." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not look ahead always remains behind. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

118. "Greatness and beauty do not belong to the gods alone." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Greatness and beauty do not belong to the gods alone. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

119. "He who is unable to dance says the yard is stony." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is unable to dance says the yard is stony. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

120. "A sinking ship doesn't need a captain." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A sinking ship doesn't need a captain. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

121. "An empty pot makes the loudest noise." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

An empty pot makes the loudest noise. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

122. "The elephant and the tiger do not go hunting on the same pasture." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The elephant and the tiger do not go hunting on the same pasture. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

123. "Soon found, soon lost." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Soon found, soon lost. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

124. "Virtue is better than wealth." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Virtue is better than wealth. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

125. "When you take a knife away from a child, give him a piece of wood instead." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

When you take a knife away from a child, give him a piece of wood instead. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

126. "The deeds of a Man are greater than the details of his birth." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The deeds of a Man are greater than the details of his birth. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

127. "An orphaned calf licks its own back." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

An orphaned calf licks its own back. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

128. "If you want to kill a monkey, avoid looking him in the eyes." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want to kill a monkey, avoid looking him in the eyes. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

129. "Beauty is not sold or eaten." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Beauty is not sold or eaten. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

130. "Intelligence is like hair, everyone has its own." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Intelligence is like hair, everyone has its own. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

131. "A black ant will not bite another." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A black ant will not bite another. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

132. "A true person is the one who gives birth to a foolish child." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A true person is the one who gives birth to a foolish child. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

133. "Who does not know one thing knows another." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Who does not know one thing knows another. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

134. "Two men quarrelling do not share the same seat on a canoe." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Two men quarrelling do not share the same seat on a canoe. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

135. "It is better for the eye to die than the heart." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better for the eye to die than the heart. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

136. "A friend in power is a friend lost." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend in power is a friend lost. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

137. "Good things sell, bad things advertise." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Good things sell, bad things advertise. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

138. "The horns of a cow cannot be hidden." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The horns of a cow cannot be hidden. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

139. "After a foolish deed comes remorse." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

After a foolish deed comes remorse. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

140. "Seeing rain clouds in the sky is not the same as getting wet." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Seeing rain clouds in the sky is not the same as getting wet. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

141. "He who keeps the company of a bad person, themselves becomes bad." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

He who keeps the company of a bad person, themselves becomes bad. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

142. "Do not accuse someone of witchcraft before they have cast a spell." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not accuse someone of witchcraft before they have cast a spell. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

143. "If you do not know death, look at the grave." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

If you do not know death, look at the grave. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

144. "Every bird flies with its own wings." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Every bird flies with its own wings. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

145. "Blessings are better than possessions." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

Blessings are better than possessions. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

146. "The water of the river flows on without waiting for the thirsty man." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

The water of the river flows on without waiting for the thirsty man. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

147. "When the right hand washes the left hand and the left hand washes the right hand, both hands become clean." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

When the right hand washes the left hand and the left hand washes the right hand, both hands become clean. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

148. "A child can play with its mother's breasts in public, but it cannot dare play with its father's testicles." (Kenyan Sayings) Click to tweet

A child can play with its mother's breasts in public, but it cannot dare play with its father's testicles. (Kenyan Sayings);  #AfricanSayings