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  1. #4119
    Quote Originally Posted by MintyPolo  [View Original Post]
    How long after the elections do things go back to normal? Realise I'm arriving two weeks after the election.
    I am in Kenya now, elections are on 9, results published 7 days after.

    Haven't seen anything abnormal up to now but I am not in Nairobi now.

  2. #4118
    Quote Originally Posted by MintyPolo  [View Original Post]
    How long after the elections do things go back to normal? Realise I'm arriving two weeks after the election.
    Who knows? Neither will likely accept defeat but the courts are pretty strong these days so hopefully if it comes to that it will sort itself out quickly. If there is trouble it is usually in the slum areas.

  3. #4117

    Election concern

    How long after the elections do things go back to normal? Realise I'm arriving two weeks after the election.

  4. #4116
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    The reason I asked is that there's some fragmented information online referring to a Sabina Joy in Mombasa. But, its Africa. Then there's Greetings from Mombasa on the Nairobi forum.
    Was happen in Nairobi but when I wrote the text I was in Mombasa.

    I also visited Eureka Bar next to Sabina Joy but a bit too professional there. Also no interesting ones inside.

    Before I was at Scratch Bar, fully crowded and very interesting ones but they were in groups. So a bit difficult to get in contact.

  5. #4115

    Sabina Joy

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    The reason I asked is that there's some fragmented information online referring to a Sabina Joy in Mombasa. But, its Africa. Then there's Greetings from Mombasa on the Nairobi forum.

    I was in the Sabina Joy on Moi Ave Central Business District (CBD) in April. It was so loud that no way you would've made a call from inside. Don't get down on yourself. If you must break out the phone, I was advised to stand with your back against the wall and always be ready for attack. Years ago, I had my Blackberry jacked in E. St Louis, MO. You will be prepared the next time.

    When I walked in to Sabina Joy, there were a few customers mixed in that were just sitting at tables and at the bar drinking nothing at all. I noticed that they seemed to scan my clothes pockets. Being so loud I couldn't hear the receptionist and feeling my personal alarms, I pointed to my ears then turned around and walked out. I immediately crossed the street in case I was being followed then crossed again down the road.
    What's the big deal. I was in Sabina Joy a month ago. SOP after night falls. 2000 KES distributed between both my pockets and my left sock. Plus my 20 $ Nokia African Edition NON smart phone including torch light. In bad areas I carry my 20 $ tactical aluminum torch with serrated Aluminum edges. Hurts a lot. The music was bearable. Sweet bongo and gengeton tunes. Later Congolese. Looks sure. I was the only Muzungu in there but then again. I have a black heart. Kweli kabisa.

    Mwalimu.

    Who is roaming the Swahili coast.

  6. #4114

    Sabina Joy Club Central Nairobi

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Where did this happen?
    The reason I asked is that there's some fragmented information online referring to a Sabina Joy in Mombasa. But, its Africa. Then there's Greetings from Mombasa on the Nairobi forum.

    I was in the Sabina Joy on Moi Ave Central Business District (CBD) in April. It was so loud that no way you would've made a call from inside. Don't get down on yourself. If you must break out the phone, I was advised to stand with your back against the wall and always be ready for attack. Years ago, I had my Blackberry jacked in E. St Louis, MO. You will be prepared the next time.

    When I walked in to Sabina Joy, there were a few customers mixed in that were just sitting at tables and at the bar drinking nothing at all. I noticed that they seemed to scan my clothes pockets. Being so loud I couldn't hear the receptionist and feeling my personal alarms, I pointed to my ears then turned around and walked out. I immediately crossed the street in case I was being followed then crossed again down the road.

  7. #4113
    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    Where did this happen?
    He said outside Sabina Joy.

    This is common in CBD, phone snatches happen all the time. There is a good clip on you tube of a guy in CBD sitting in a taxi holding his hand out the window with his phone in it showing all the snatch attempts.

  8. #4112

    Outside which Club?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonsillol  [View Original Post]
    Do not use your phone outside the streets late night.
    Where did this happen?

  9. #4111

    About security

    As a burned child and I guess many reports about security here, I still have to say.

    Do not use your phone outside the streets late night.

    Otherwise something could happen what happen to me.

    I was standing outside Sabina joy and trying to organize an uber for me and my night nurse. Someone came running and slap my phone out of my hand. The second unfriendly guy take my phone from the ground and run away. No chance, except you are trained well in running. Though some advice's say don't follow such useless persons of mankind cause maybe they bring more troubles in his area for you.

    My advice is.

    Do not show your phone around, doesn't matter daytime or nighttime.

    Have a backup phone with you.

    Otherwise it will be difficult for you to reach your favorite ladies from badoo, tinder, afro or whatever.

    Use an applocker for your apps and block everything what's important.

    Take your logistics for transportation or whatever inside the club.

    Go outside hands free and watch carefully your area.

    Please do not tell me how stupid I was. I know it very well.

    Greetings from Mombasa.

  10. #4110
    Quote Originally Posted by Zimzam  [View Original Post]
    Ricky Mololo Ideologica playing in different places, like Standard Grill, opposite Lambada on fridays.

    Ambro la Musica, on wednesdays in the Yacht Lounge and on saturdays in his own club, Bottoms Up in Shanzu.

    Personally I find Amitie Musica the best Congolese band with the most balanced sound and the best singers. They are playing every weekend in the Summit Grill in Bombolulu, on Wednesdays in Bamburi and sometimes in the Maasai Beach Club in Nyali.

    For actual information you can go to this site:

    https://whats-on-mombasa.com/
    Ambro + band is at Mios (Bamburi town) on Thursdays. I think he plays somewhere almost every day.

    I will check out Amitie Musica one Wednesday when I'm back in Kenya (Sky Lounge, Bamburi town).

  11. #4109
    Quote Originally Posted by Tonsillol  [View Original Post]
    Available at.

    Treasure Gardens.

    Google Maps will locate you.
    Pay with mpesa there once and you'll be sent an sms almost every day keeping you. Informed.

  12. #4108

    Congolese music in North Coast

    Ricky Mololo Ideologica playing in different places, like Standard Grill, opposite Lambada on fridays.

    Ambro la Musica, on wednesdays in the Yacht Lounge and on saturdays in his own club, Bottoms Up in Shanzu.

    Personally I find Amitie Musica the best Congolese band with the most balanced sound and the best singers. They are playing every weekend in the Summit Grill in Bombolulu, on Wednesdays in Bamburi and sometimes in the Maasai Beach Club in Nyali.

    For actual information you can go to this site:

    https://whats-on-mombasa.com/

  13. #4107

    Congolese Music

    Available at.

    Treasure Gardens.

    Hera Aqua Gardens Friday Saturday at 6 pm.

    Vibro Club Fri, Sat, Sun at 6:30 pm.

    Pitstop Grill Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun.

    Google Maps will locate you.

  14. #4106

    Don't discount country music

    The amount of ladies who know and love old school US country can't be ignored. If you include those in your playlist, Maximum fun. Speak from experience.

  15. #4105

    Maybe

    Before covid there was this Band at club Africana (I've heard it's closed now) in Dubai who played Congolese music and during Ramadan they went to Nairobi and played there. But I didn't know where.

    I did some investigations with the name you told, takes a bit time but I found out it could be possible that some live music is playing at.

    Treasures Gardens Argwings Kodhek Rd.

    Hera Aqua Gardens Kandara Rd.

    And maybe K'Osewe Ranalo Foods Kamathi St CBD.

    I will take a look if it's true when I'm there.

    And yes during covid many things have changed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    I was looking for the same. Nobody could tell me anything. In some upscale hotels maybe occasionally. Same as Vision Congo in KLA. Closed down. I hope there'll be some life concerts. Don't forget. The entertainment industry took a big hit during COVID. There's some joints which play Congolese music. But not live.

    In Mtwapa there was Legends. Also kaputt now.

    There was a guy named Ricky Mulolo and band.

    Mwalimu.

    https://youtu.be/Bu-3G3iJ_qs

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