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french accents No wonder there are many rich — and not so rich — Kenyan women ready to love and be loved at any cost by the men whose French-accented English and Kiswahili sends them spinning. Most are in their mid-30s to 60s and dress in clothes that belie their ages.
They drive state-of-the-art cars and carry expensive handbags.
One Congolese star (we chose not to mention him), previously a darling of Kenyans, continues to shock fans as he is always spotted performing in small pubs, never mind he used to command a five-star billing a few years ago.
These women, mostly lonely married women whose husbands are out of town on business trips or further studies, are alleged to maintain the Congolese artists.
He says from hair to toe, the Congolese artistes have swag; they wear wet curly kits, pierce their ears, noses and tongues and adorn them with jewellery. They have time for women and know that without them, their music business is no more because they constitute a big chunk of their fans.
They have a way with words; very poetic when talking to women.
They have no time for ‘iron-resistant’ mitumba (second-hand) trousers which, in the dim light, resemble aliya (dried meat) or obambla (sun-dried tilapia).
L’Acromenege, Rhumba Japan, Bilenge Musica, Viva Mosukusuku, Mangelepa, Isso la Isso and other Congolese bands who play or have played in Kenya always come thoroughly styled up,” observes ‘Makambo’ Onyango, 52, a frequent patron of Dream Village Club in Nairobi.