MEET THE UNIVERSITY WHERE NO POWER CAN MATCH THE COMRADE POWER NOT EVEN KENYA POWER

       It’s  about  7pm in the evening. I am from supper. Since my day was a little bit “long” and tiresome, I  don’t feel like   meeting anyone to talk  “mushenee”,so I head straight to the school main hall. I have to attend a drama meeting for some rehearsals. I must hurry up to keep time.
        Just when am about to enter the main hall,there is a blackout. No power  in the school. The generator is  in a sorry state .I really can’t comprehend the confusion. From where I am standing I can  clearly see the flashlights of dim torches at the main catering unit. Comrades are still having supper. Comrades must eat “na kwani boss iko nini?”
       I am joined by my good friend let me call him Johnson- not his real name.My fellow crew member. From the way he sounds I can tell he is happy because of the blackout.
       Have you ever realised how active people are in darkness??? May yes or maybe not .We are  Joined by other drama crew members who come from nowhere .Its dark I can’t see far with  my dim “mulika mwizi lights “.We are almost a group of ten.Very active people in darkness. Mushenee is the main thing.  
   Suddenly from one side I hear voices… They become noises. Chants of Comrades. What crosses my mind is the need for electricity.” Comrades, power!!!!!!!”That’s the slogan.
             The next moment was ,I was leading the  comrades.”Tunataka stima!!!!!!!!!!!”.The crowd was now swollen.The  war had now began. The next time I realised there were lights everywhere. The generator that had mechanical problems was corrected in no  time. The  night of comrade power. How powerful.
            
            

Theliteraryscientist

Advertisements

One Comment Add yours

  1. THE LITERARY SCIENTIST says:

    Reblogged this on THE LITERARY SCIENTIST and commented:

    Purely creative article

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s