‘I dey ooooooo’ Mallory screamed into the phone. ‘Hian! Are you not coming back home?’ Her aunty exclaimed. She had every reason to talk because we were yet to return back to Naija*.
The door slammed and we knew who was there, that was Femi. Bible talk say by their fruits we shall know them. Na true talk be that.
“My hands stink of bleach”, those were his first words. What was he expecting? We just couldn’t leave the country as a lot of things were at stake.
So here we are enjoying the scenery from the windows of the car.
The news of ebola came as a rude shock but as more cases were reported, it became a scare. “Water, soap!” , Adey screamed. “A client shook my hand, argh, ebola!
The fear was that bad. You could taste it. We had to work but maintain the highest hygiene possible. AC remain constantly on. Sweat forbidden! You mustn’t touch me with your sweat. Hugs and Kisses n ko? Abeg i no need quarantine for airport.
No sharing of cups but I did go to a certain site, they had a water dispenser with a stainless cup available for use and everybody who didn’t have a cup made exquisite use of it.
He used that cup!
bola ebola shook the people of guinea and so we began to see things like this to help keep us safe from ebola.
He is in charge of dispensing the bleach solution
Stop and wash.
We no geh tap, but we fit use cup pour am..
Naija babe no dey carry last – Dettol : mix of bleach and liquid soap; Blue : hand sanitizer
Abeg as olay, dove, avon, nivea hand cream no fit kill ebola. Hand sanitizer is your best friend!
Did I tell you that some people went as far as washing their faces, necks, arms with the bleach solution? They did but hey you can’t take pictures of them doing that!
*naija – slang word for Nigeria