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The conductor left with my balance

By Geofrey Nganga | Sep 13th 2016 | 1 min read

I am in a hectic traffic along Waiyaki Way. That is fine. But the conductor has left us, running ahead, leaving us thinking that he is going to ease the traffic, somehow some way, miraculously!

My problem is that he has my balance of Ksh. 450; I am crossing fingers that he returns. In fact, I am singing the Beatitudes telling God to remember the one thing I have ever done right.

If the conductor does not return, I will have nightmares till X-mas...I am so humbled.

The last time I had this feeling was when my mama had told me that if I scored more than 70 % in GHC, she was to buy me a bike. She didn't and I did get 68%...My mama conspired to steal the 2 % with my teacher.

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