Fast food culture is not unique to America. What with the one dollar Big Mac from McDonalds and the bucket of chicken from KFC it is sometimes forgotten that Kenya’s kibandas were the original fast food outlets scattered across the nation.
Trending on Twitter #KindandaskiCommandment is an ode to the Kenya’s fast food outlets that faithfully fuel the Kenyan population in their very own peculiar manner. With the twitter sphere taking the hashtag to new levels, K.O.T continues to reveal different aspects of the “Kibanda Commandments” that make them so unique and beloved by all Kenyans. Here is some of the best of the hashtag.
— Artful & Disorderly (@MatoneEliud) October 17, 2016
#KibandaskiCommandments thou shall not eat beef (Karanga) on a daily basis.This can lower the self-esteem of other customers
— Ramgeedavis (@Ramgeedavis) October 17, 2016
#KibandaskiCommandments ukikosa tuMAINI kula tuMATUMBO 😂 😂 😂
— TeamXtianDela (@Xtiandela_jr) October 17, 2016
— Titus Munyeki ™ (@munyeki254) October 17, 2016
What have you observed in your local kibanda?
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