Kuria Proverbs

Collected by:  African proverbs,Sayings and stories (visit to read proverbs explanation)


1. Hano wangere iyomokoro oregeenda bwiire.

   If you refuse the advice of an elder you will walk until sunset. 

2. Ng’ora, ng’ora, kirunguri kekuya gokerandi. 

   Slowly, slowly, porridge goes into the gourd. 

3. Omoonto umwi nkirunguuri, amabhele nitoonge rebukima.  

   One person is thin porridge or gruel; two or three people are a lump (handful) of ugali (stiff cooked meal/flour from sorghum or millet).

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