Do not call to a dog with a whip in your hand.
Ears that do not listen to advice, accompany the head when it is chopped off. ? African Proverb
Good music goes with good food. ? African Proverb
He who eats another man?s food will have his own food eaten by others. ? Swahili Proverb
He who runs after good fortune runs away from peace. ? African Proverb
If anyone makes you laugh, it is not always because they love you. - Kenya Proverb
If you can?t resolve your problems in peace, you can?t solve war. ? Somalian proverb
If you see a man in a gown eating with a man in rags, the food belongs to the latter. ? Fulani Proverb
It is not the cook?s fault when the cassava turns out to be hard and tasteless. ? Ewe Proverb
Lack of money is lack of friends; if you have money at your disposal, every dog and goat will claim to be related to you. ? Yoruba
Marriage is like a groundnut; you have to crack it to see what is inside. ? Ghanaian proverb
One cannot both feast and become rich. Ashanti tribe Proverb
Patience attracts happiness; it brings near that which is far. ? Swahili proverb
Seeing is better than hearing.
That man's a fool whose sheep flees twice. - Oji Proverb
The food which is prepared has no master. ? Malagasy proverb
The man who has bread to eat does not appreciate the severity of a famine. ? Yoruba Proverb
The wealth which enslaves the owner isn?t wealth. ? Yoruba Proverb
They ate our food, and forgot our names. ? Tunisian Proverb
Two ants do not fail to pull one grasshopper. ? Tanzanian proverb
What you learn is what you die with. ? African proverb
When the big tree falls, the goat eats its leaves.
A comb becomes bad when it hurts you.
A happy man marries the girl he loves, but a happier man loves the girl he marries. ? African proverb
A razor may be sharper than an ax, but it cannot cut wood.