By Peter Nyk
When I received that call from my friend James last week on Thursday, I thought he was inviting me for the evening prayer, but to my surprise, he uttered those words I wouldn’t expect from him. “Multimedia university has got the most beautiful girls in Kenya.”
These words took me by surprise,because James is that one guy I have nicknamed Canon because of his staunch inclination to preaching the gospel and educating the flock on “the way of life”. I had to take a few seconds to recollect and get the appropriate response; so as not to let him down. I was a bit relieved because he was not the first to tell me about it.
James has been in a mission of preaching in various universities and his area of concentration has been going from one university to another, congregation to another and from one door to the other, talking of the way of life only compared with the Gentiles.
So today I invited him for a cup of coffee in a nearby mall and I decided to listen to what had made him to “cross his red line” and openly defy Psalms 139:14 of everyone being fearfully and wonderfully made.
The guy was so open to me and I felt how genuine he was. He told me that as he was doing his door to door mission, he had come across some of the most beautiful girls in this university, not one, not two not ten, but a myriad of them, but being a man of the cloak, he had to ensure first things first and deliver the word and give glory for the beautiful creatures he had seen.
“I have been to all universities in Kenya, but this one has taken me by storm, I just give glory to the creator.” He said.
This reminded me of a colleague who had graduated from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and the guy usually reminded me that their slogan was, “Hakuna madada.”
Time was running out and James had to rush to church to lead in the Bible study, as I sat there, I was only thinking of the next call; our next meeting.
Having spent sometimes in the place, I have never taken a keen look on this, because of my passion and zeal in working out matters in politics and wildlife, for which the university is endowed with because of it’s proximity to the Nairobi National Park.
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