Friday, July 13, 2018

The bus conductor and I.






On my way to church last Sunday, something interesting happened. Few minutes after I got into the bus, this lady on radio asked an ancient controversial question. Guess it was a street waka series I think. So she asked ‘does wearing jewelries take people to hell?”

That was all the lady on radio needed to say to set a full blown argument in the bus I almost alighted before my destination. While one of the passengers argued that God doesn’t want us to be dirty and unattractive in our dressing, another said “  you people don’t want to put on jewelries but you wear wrist watch, so who are you deceiving?”. Wearing jewelries is not a symbol of your faith and on and on and on the argument went.
The once quiet bus had turned to a very noisy place. Then it dawned on me that the easiest way to break silence anywhere in this country is to say something about a controversial issue and let people argue.
As I got closer to my bus stop and paid my fare, the conductor said “ aunty you no talk for the matter, shebi na church you da go so?”I smiled and alighted.



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