“Sato siendi job. Najua wako hapa lakini hawaelewi Kiswahili, but unaweza waambia. Siendi!(I’m not going to work on Saturday. You can translate to them because I know they don’t understand Kiswahili, but I am still not going to work!).”
The event hit a climax when Tietie and her unidentified drinking partner were involved in a ‘bum-bum’ competition on who has the biggest behind as they danced facing the opposite direction with their butts firmly squeezed on each other’s.
Though shisha is allowed in Dubai, back in Kenya, the ‘underwater smoking’ is banned by Ministry of Health.
“No person shall import, manufacture, sell, offer for sale, use, advertise promote or distribute shisha in Kenya, read part of the notice by the Health Ministry.
Health experts warn that an hour-long session of smoking shisha can produce more fumes than a typical cigarette smoker inhales in a few days.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says shisha poses grave health risks warning that a shisha smoker in a single session could inhale the smoke of 100 or more cigarettes,” reads part of the Gazette notice.