If you have ever doubted, January has exactly 31 days with all normal days having the scientific 24 hours. It is as easy as that.
I have had of an Ethiopian calendar being some months and years behind this English calendar. Maybe I pray it doesn’t have a ‘Njaanuary’.
In the normal Kenyan society, this is one of the hardest months around the sun. It is when you can live below the ‘one dollar’ syndrome literary.
This is because, as most of them think, they had been extravagant during the Christmas Festive.
Kenyans have thus complained of the hunger experienced during this difficult moment,here is what they had to lament about.
December:We eat chicken
Jan:chicken products e.g eggs
Mid jan:we eat like chickens i.e cabbages,peas #NjaanuarySurvivalTips
— BORNE_ FAMOUS👑👑👑 (@Erico91809533) January 3, 2017
— the_thespian ✍🏽 (@dishon_thespian) January 3, 2017
— CAPTAIN 🇰🇪 (@Machukah) January 3, 2017
The last December holiday you ate chicken , Its now Njaanuary time to eat with chickens.
— NG'ANG'A THE BLOGGER, A FINE SON OF THE MOUNTAIN (@IamNjokiKelvin) January 3, 2017