Remember how everyone told you not to put on red cloth and stand near a tree when it was raining?
Well, Obinna and Kamene, on the morning Kiss, embarked on a mission to remind us of some superstitions that people still believe to be true.
A superstition is a widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially as leading to good or bad luck or a practice based on such a belief.
Obinna commenced the matter as he spoke about the right hand being more blessed than the left hand.
"Those are the people who believe the right hand is more blessed than the left-hand same people who believe a male child is a blessing and a female child is not a blessing.
Aty unasalimia mtu na mkono ya left anakataa aty, usinigotee na mkono ya left iyo ni bad luck. What do you mean? what type of nonsense is this?"
Kamene picked it up as she touched on whistling in the morning being a bad luck sign.
"Bad luck also, don't whistle in the morning," she said as Obinna went on to whistle.
" Heh! bro! stop it, you are whistling in the morning? see how your day is gonna go." Kamene warned Obinna.
"Ah! Hakuna! air coming out of my mouth, in a round shape, how does that have to do with blessings of the day?" Obinna demanded to know.
"Just wait and see how your day is going to go, it's the same way if you see an owl in your compound you are supposed to chase it because someone is going to die." Kamene.
Obinna of course was in disagreement and tried to make an owl sound which Kamene couldn't stand as she said he was attracting a bad omen.
"Remember the big five bob? never pick up one." Kamene proceeded.
"Octopizzo? yenye iko na corner five?" Obinna interjected
"Yes, never pick up one, it will bring you a boil or a ringworm," Kamene stated as Obinna burst out laughing wondering how the relationship between the two was playing out.
"The next one is something you are so notorious for doing, Kunyonya watu damu." Kamene gave us some gist.
"Do I look like a vampire? " a curious Obinna asked
"That one where you are all sitting and there is someone standing up when we go for meetings, that's you," Kamene said, and Obinna couldn't anymore.