The Embassy Letter That Let Down The Mlambaji…

Posted on November 27, 2008. Filed under: 1 |

Yesterday as i came from work, i opened my mail box to pick up my letters and of course my bills, I came across a letter from the embassy and I decided to read it later coz I knew what was inside. I went thru my bills and some letters and still kept the embassy letter aside coz I knew the content was an invitation to CHAFUA CHAFUA,meaning dishing and drinking for free.

As a mlambaji, I was still convinced that the contents were appertizing and I would read it while in bed after brushing my teeth.So I ate my dinner still thinking where the occassion will be this time and what I would wear on that occassion.

So after my mrenda and busuma, luhya food,I dashed to the bathroom and brushed my teeth in preparation for the bed time stories that I would be reading from the embassy.

I dashed to bed turned on the Tv and picked up my long awaited breaking news from the embassy letter.I opened it carefully so that I would not damage any letters on the address since I didnt want to get lost, I wanted to be sure I would get there.

I opened the letter and to my dissappointment, I was played , the letter contained the HETEROPLUS …. information that Tony is organising.This time the mlambaji had nothing to consume, but at least got the information about HIV/AIDS from Tony Odera, that Kenyans and friends should definitely try to attend…..BUTDOISAY…

Clay Onyango.


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That is soo mlambajistic.

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