Why not 'jioni njema'?
that would be more of a parting remark because you're wishing them a good evening. I think the 'good evening' here is meant as a greeting
Is this a question or a greeting? Why the question mark?
I believe 'habari za ...' is equivalent to asking 'how is ....', like ''how is your evening going?'
Holy ❤❤❤❤ are replies always this fast? Thanks for the clarification!
But yes, it is a bad example in English, as 'good evening' is a greeting and not a question.
Can Jioni nzuri work?
I think so