So, there’s this day Gideon K. Mutai,this young graduand doctor came to Egerton Main campus to check on some girl child, name withheld! By the way, he was my best friend in campus…I was staying in Argentina Block 7 room A, a privilege!Having a single room in school was the hallmark of celebrity, especially when that room was in Argentina, the only fenced area of residence throughout Egerton. We had this close friendship that any time each one of us was on holiday and wanted to come attend to something,we would spend in either rooms.
Bro,I came at the door, knocked in vain, heard sounds of movements on bed, with moans of pleasure, why did you do this to me? Imagine I spent the night in the cold!
This particular evening, a fine Friday,Giddy comes around, we banter, we talk about everything and anything, we then go for fellowship in EUSDA, I get back to some meeting, Daktari goes to check on someone(dont joke around with a doctor in love), I retreat back to my room,wait and wait and wait for this young man… It is midnight, the fellow has not yet come! Could Daktari have broken his principle and decided to warm girl child’s bed? So, I push the door but Leave it unlocked, just in case this man from Kericho comes… The man fails to turn up!
Early morning, Daktari sends a text…
Could Daktari have broken his principle and decided to warm girl child’s bed?
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“Bro,I came at the door, knocked in vain, heard sounds of movements on bed, with moans of pleasure, why did you do this to me? Imagine I spent the night in the cold! ”
Shocked beyond measure, I try to make sense to Gideon but the guy goes back to town campus with a conclusion that probably, Elder Juma was massacring somebody’s daughter in the demonic hours of the night! Little did Daktari know that he had missed my room and camped at Block 8 which housed some Students Leaders with the stubborn habit of constantly breaking innocent membranes of Fresh campus girls! Yet to-date, I know Daktari still thinks he had knocked my room and braved the chill and disappointment coming from the room.
Dr Mutai, as you graduate this Friday after six painful years in the School of Medicine, I celebrate you! As you continue with your Internship, I still know you remember that you shall be my family doctor… I will never pay anything in your clinic for you must repay the ugali I cooked for you in our days! Thanks for showing the world that one can study Medicine and Surgery but still religiously keep the sabbath,write a lovely book, THE OPTIMIST CREED, write poems, serve as an elder, inspire many, motivate many and remain down to earth! God bless you omwami!