Wajivunia kuwa Mugikuyu

May we dwell in Unity, Peace and Liberty here in Kenya during the election year 2017 so that plenty may be found within our borders.

Wajivunia kuwa Mugikuyu

Njoroge buys a cow from Ole Bongani for Sh 20,000 and asks him to deliver it the next day.

The next day Ole Bongani shows up at Njoroge’s doorstep. “Sorry Njoroge but the cow died last night.”

“OK”, says Njoroge,” Give me my money back”. ”
Sorry, I have already spent it,” said Ole Bongani.

Wajivunia kuwa Mugikuyu
Wajivunia kuwa Mugikuyu

“Goodness gracious! Iha ng’ombe? bring me the dead cow,” says Njoroge. “I’ll know what to do”. The next morning, the carcass are delivered to Njoroge.

A fortnight later, Ole Bongani bumps into Njoroge and asks him what he did with the dead cow. “Oh, I entered raffle for it to be won, and sold 150 tickets at Sh 500 each and made a profit of Sh 75,000!!

I just didn’t tell anybody that the cow was dead”. “But didn’t people complain?” asks Ole Bongani in amazement. “Only the guy who won, so I gave him his Ksh. 500 back”. Guess what I was left with? Ksh. 74,500/=.
One reason to say “Wajivunia kuwa Mugikuyu”

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