The adventure continues for the brothers Kugi and Guli. In this book, the boys get familiar with a new language and they discover with delight that a popular phrase that they already knew of is part of this language.
In the courtyard in Ayeyos house, they meet the eggs salesman Ailandoo, who learnt some Somali. They also meet Mama Mboga, the woman who sells vegetables and fruits to Ayeyo.
In these brief meetings, the children learn the importance of good relationships, language skills, the value of water and of course how differently things are done in Ayeyos home in Kenya, compared to back home in Stockholm.
With delight, the children learn more than "Hakuna Matata!"