To say that everything is moving forward is a fact. For example, technology has made it possible to do things differently and fast. It has turned the world into a global village where, information about an event that has happened from one far corner of the world quickly spreads across within minutes.
Coordinators do not want to stay behind because men will always look for new motivations. And one such group is the Liwonde coordinators.
Last week, Chief Kazingist decided to visit Liwonde, which is slowly becoming his darling place. He did not have enough money to refuel his car, so he decided to travel by bus.
From the bus depot at Liwonde, the chief man of the skirt took the road to Ntaja. After reaching Four-ways—the junction of Ntaja, Liwonde Town Council, Main Town and Lilongwe-Zomba roads—Chief Kazingist got a call.
“I have seen you, when did you come?” a lady asked.
“Who are you and where have you seen me?” Chief Kazingist replied.
“I am Jane and you are at Four-ways,” she said.
Jane is a household name at Liwonde because she has been there for some time. She is tall, brown in complexion and beautiful. She is known to provide services on credit. Chief Kazingist knows her, too.
“Let us meet at the usual club for a small chat,” suggested Jane.
When the chief man of the skirt reached the place, she was already there.
“I would like to tell you that we have changed the menu,” she said.
“Which menu are you talking about? Do you own a restaurant?” Asked Chief Kazingist.
She then took him to the place where they sell pork. Liwonde has its own kanyenya style when it comes to pork. A person buys and then it is fried. Jane bought half a kilogramme frying.
When it was done, the kanyenya (roasted meet) was put in a place, with tsabola and salt by the side.
“Don’t worry, I will pay for this. It is called customer care,” said Jane. When Kazingist called for drinks, Jane said she would pay for them as well.
“You have changed completely. When did you start this style?” Asked Chief Kazingist.
“I cannot answer you directly, but just know that things have changed; they have gone digital. In fact, I am not the only one who has made changes to kazingism, but most coordinators here,” she said.
After taking the pork, Chief Kazingist asked about what next.
“You are going to take a bath. I bought a nice brand of soap and perfume, which you will like. After that, you can tell me your programme,” she said.
Chief Kazingist was, however, worried that he would have to cover the final bill at the end of the day, a notion Jane dismissed.
“I have no intention of tricking you,” she insisted.