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Kikuyu Tribe Money and Wealth African Proverbs

Kikuyu Tribe Money and Wealth African Proverbs

Kikuyu Tribe of Kenya African Proverbs on Money and Wealth.




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Kenya African Proverbs in Kikuyu language and the English language



Gutiri mbura itari gitonga kiayo.

There is no rain that does not bring wealth to someone.


Utonga wa muici nduthuunaga, na ni uteeaga wake.

Unlawful riches do not prosper; they ruin even the legitimate ones.


Guthinga kurugite gutonga

Virtue is better than riches.


Muriio wa njoohi niuriukagwo, no wa indo nduriukagwo.

The drunkenness of beer passes away, but that of wealth does not.


Iroobagia ha muoni.

Vultures haunt the yard of a wealthy man.


Gukiaga na gutonga ititiganaga.

Poverty and riches do not leave each other.


Indo ni kurimithanio

Wealth comes by cultivating together.


Andu ni indo.

People are wealth.


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Seek wealth, not money or status. Happiness fills your home with joy, good health, and fortune and that is real wealth.


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