"When you carry maize, fowls become your friend," - African Proverb.
"If you neglect the pot, it boils over and extinguishes the fire. - Nigerian Proverb"
“Do not insult the crocodile before you have crossed the river.” ~ African Proverb
“A truth can walk naked but a lie always needs to be dressed,” - Kenyan Proverb.
“No one loves a warrior until the enemy is at the front gate.” - African Proverb
"Whoever says ‘let's fight’ does not know who will be victorious.” - Nigerian Proverb.
“An abundance of food at your neighbour's will not satisfy your hunger.” - Bayaka Proverb (Central Africa).
“A patient that can swallow food makes the nurse doubtful,” - Malagasy Proverb.
"A house cannot be repaired when the owner is destroying it." - Kenyan Proverb.
“If a child washes his hands he could eat with kings” – Nigerian Proverb