I enjoy looking out for interesting slogans in Embu.
A school bus had the slogan “Grade Grabber” printed onto the rear mudflaps.
One of the boda-boda drivers had “Invisible” written on his windshield, hardly good for custom. Another had “Sir Stain” and “Loverboy” written on his.
But my favourite was a small plaque fixed onto the handlebars saying, “Why worry? Telephone God in prayer.” I asked the driver what was the number to call. He said, “JESUS 1000”.
On a matatu: “Thug Angel”
On a car rear window: “Glory be to God” and underneath, “Thanks God”.
On a hearse “Bye Bye Funeral Services”
How about a slogan on the side of a van, promoting white processed bread?
Occasionally it is difficult to work out exactly what a slogan means.
Or a roadside sign shop?
Weddings and bath mending?
Finally, what men want: