"Mogo" in Zim slang means a tobacco cigarette and it really doesn't matter what particular tobacco brand it is.

The other synonym for mogo is "mudzanga" but in Zimbabwe people often use the word 'mogo' frequently.

Note: the formal word for a cigarette in the Shona language is "fodya." Other than that some people may use 'fodya' to mean mbanje although the occurrence is less often.


Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Boyz pane akangaitawo here mogo?"
  • Person 2 -- "Huya utore iyi"
  • Person 1 -- "Haaa, nice ka1."
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