Tugeges is a trending word on social media and many people want to know the meaning. If you have been active on social media, especially X (formerly Twitter) I guess you might have come across the word. In this article, we are going to analyze the word, its origin, and its meaning so that you may understand it better.
The word “Tugege” is taken from the Kikuyu word “Gega” which means to stare at something non-stop. In the Swahili language, we can say “Kuzubaa” and in sheng we can say “anti-rada”, meaning someone who is not getting anything, just following without understanding. In this context “Tugeges” means people who follow something religiously.
In the political landscape, the word “Tugege” is commonly used to describe people who follow their favorite politicians religiously. In simpler terms, we can say “Tugeges” are die-hard fans of someone popular and you can’t convince them to change their mind easily once they make decisions.