Things that make you go..

Pepé Le Pew

Senior Villager
#1


The principal of Mawaka Secondary School, in drunken stupor, was unapologetic and even engaged the TSC CEO in a verbal exchange.

Mr Christopher Maisiba appeared not worried about the interrogation, occasionally smiling sheepishly.

The teacher was angered when Ms Macharia asked him why he reported to work while under the influence of alcohol.

“Bwana (Mr), how do you manage the examination in your school with this kind of behaviour?" posed Ms Macharia.

Mr Maisiba replied: ''I am not drunk as my colleagues are saying. I only woke up late and came hurriedly to pick the exam papers."

The teacher, dressed in a black suit and a striped shirt without a tie, struggled to control the power of alcohol over him, but his spirited attempt to feign normalcy failed and he was arrested on the orders of Nakuru County Commissioner Joshua Nkanatha.
 

epoch

Village Elder
#9
The formal way of addressing a lady is Ms., whether she is married or not. Mrs. presumes you know something that has nothing to do with the job.
I wonder why it is complicated. There was a time I called a lady (sijui niseme a woman...) 'Miss/Miz', nilijibiwa mbaya ati "don't ever call me that again.....etc etc".
Nowadays I stick to name or just hi
 

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