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There is a funny tradition in the community where I come from. A person carrying a cat either from the market of from a friend is not supposed to greet anyone and if one is greeted he/she is supposed to keep quiet until the cat is taken home lest the cat becomes a “thief.” It is a funny belief of which I have witnessed some people rejecting greetings sending out confusion to the one saluting the other. And so next time you come to our land and greetings are not relayed back, do not insist, somebody may be carrying a cat! we love visitors so much and are always the first to say habari or jambo (hallo) or Bwana Asifiwe! (praise God)

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