I bet that most of us thought that sheng would last for a short season, but as it seems, the slang commonly used by most Kenyan youths is still going strong and changing as days go on. In fact, some radio stations like Ghetto Radio have already embraced the slang and broadcast news using the language that is a breed of Swahili and English. Well, suppose corporate companies like Safaricom embraced the slang and used it in sending their messages, how would that sound?
As you can guess, the messages would be funny and hilarious. I happened to find a sample of a Safaricom message that has been translated into pure sheng. Check this out.