It has come to the knowledge of Nsanje Lalanje at Balaka Chibuku Tavern that many houses are not at peace because MG1s find suspicious numbers in their husbands’mobile phones.
When they are caught, many husbandsn fail to explain because little time is given to construct a lie. The problem has not spared some members of the Nsanje Lalanje at Balaka Chibuku Tavern.
The constituency has, therefore, devised a system which men should be using. Do not save names of coordinators or any female member in the phone.
First of all, know where that coordinator works. If she is a nurse, save it Minister of Health. If they are two from the hospital, save the other number Chief of Health Services. If the coordinator sells second-hand clothes, save it as Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
If the coordinator works at the council, selling tickets or sweeping at the market, save as Mayor. If she is a journalist, just save as Director General. For coordinators who are just staying, State House will do.
Avoid saving the names as abbreviations because MG1s would want to find out what those abbreviations mean. And that will be sure recipe for trouble.
If there are coordinators whose jobs have not been mentioned, Nsanje Lalanje at Balaka Chibuku Tavern is there to help.
MG1s should be told that there is an executive order that they are not supposed to answer calls from important people whose phones have been saved. It should be clearly stated that the executive further warns that if MG1 answers a phone, her husband will be fired without warning and pay. Not even pension.
Chief Kazingist tried, and it worked. Someone knocked at the gate and he went to attend to him. He left his phone where he was watching television. While he was away, the phone rang. At first, MG1 ignored it. But after several calls, she went and picked it. The number showed Minister of Health. She immediately remembered that she was not supposed to answer any call from important people or her husband would lose his job.
“Dad, the minister is calling,” she said to him. The chief man of the skirt went to answer the call. It was from his Zomba-based MG2.
When he picked the phone, he responded by saying ‘hallow honourable’. MG2 was surprised. “Who is honourable?” She asked. By that time, Chief Kazingist was out of the house. n