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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Five African Proverbs About Deceit and Lies

African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies.


 Every day we face an epidemic of deception. Hardly anyone never lies, but as the African ancestors say, lying is the work of petty spirits leaving the truth behind in the dirt.


Below are 5 famous African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies.


African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies

African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies

African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies

African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies
African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies


Below are 5 famous African proverbs, quotes, and sayings about cunning, deceit, and lies.

·        When a woman goes on a secret trip, she gathers firewood and returns home.

·        The thief does not steal in an unfamiliar place.

·        It is hard to cure the madness that originates in the family.

·        Anything the hawk gives birth to will not fail to carry off chickens.

·        If the child learns the trail of the snake, he will also learn the wanderings of the snake.

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