1 Yaliyondwele sipite
This was one of the most popular phrases in 2018, said by a whole politician who convinced Kenyans that she knew what she was about.
Yes, I still laugh when I hear that, don't you?
2 Slay Queens
Well, this is and was still one of the most popular phrases of 2018.
Used to refer to girls who are nothing more than their looks I guess?
Are you one?
Is your girlfriend one?
This a term fashioned by opposition leader Raila Odinga in reference to the good tidings waiting Kenyans in the event he defeated his rival Uhuru Kenyatta in the elections of 2017
with the political unrest that cumbered the country in early this year, Canaan became very popular.
4 Utajua hujui
Loosely translated to mean ‘You will soon know that you don’t know’, the term was coined by a shadowy Facebook user by the name Hessy wa Kayole, who is widely believed to be an undercover police officer.
5 Unakufa trend
The irony of the #Unakufa memes is that they are all about various deeds that some people love, hate or simply dislike, which, under normal circumstances, can never lead to death.
6 Brain Cell Trend.
Kenyans on Twitter are currently going H.A.M on the newest trending topic, Brain Cell 2, which basically points out the difference between what people think about saying and what they eventually end up saying.
7 No body can stop reggae
This is a phrase that kenyans used a bit too much in 2018. It was meant to show a don't care attitude.