n.— «In the gap since my boyhood, Nairobi had been transformed into a dirty, crime-ridden place, surrounded by slums.…The hacks nicknamed it “Nairobbery” (derelict Dar es Salaam was “Dar-Is-the-Slum” and Uganda’s war-devasted capital Kampala was known as “Kampothole”).» —by Aidan Hartley The Zanzibar Chest June, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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