We then branched off to a resolution that politicians who think it is a sin to ask for forgiveness for things their party did when it was in power are merely madcows.
Away with such pig-headed politicians who think it is strange for people to beg for forgiveness at funeral ceremonies.
It is not strange for spokespersons among clans to rise and make such speeches at the burial of their tribesmen.
Some clans even meet soon after burial to discuss issues to which the late was part of.
Then a poster on the wall reminded us of the visitingÂ Nigerian film star Van Vicker.
One friend narrated that the first time he came to know about Van Vicker was in a minibus when four school going girls were debating his looks and acting skills.
The debate was hugely on which good adjectives one can stuff in one sentence to describe his looks and acting prowess.
Sooner than later, a couple of women joined the debate and the rest who did not know Van Vicker felt discriminated.
Now, it is understandably in order that there is commotion among local lovers of Ghanaian films as Van Vicker is to be among us for some time, in flesh!
Such films have fast become an addiction, mostly among women.
Van Vicker will be our own, walking our streets, eating from our plates, shopping in kwacha and even dancing to our music.
One knows it is nice to wine, dine and dance with the stars! It was the same when Rita Dominic came on a similar trip.
I still have vivid memories of the night at College of Medicine’s Sports Complex when bemused men danced the night away, eyes more on Dominic than the bands that provided the rhythm to dance to.
I know that Van Vicker is a magnet that gets our sisters and mothers nodding in appreciation of his acting skills and camera looks.
It must be rewarding for the local audience to get hugs, autographs or a mere hello from the stars they like, yes, the figures that entertain them and for some, help build ambitions towards acting.
But still, I wonder from a couple of fronts.
When shall our own actors raise their hands and be counted?
Bingu always wished Malawi became a more exporting country.
That was dreaming in colour. Can we now work towards living in that colour!