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“What goes around comes back around: Karma,” they say. You want to know what it means, ask me.
KARMA IS REAL
I had a Samsung phone – flat and beautiful in which after using it for a while, it developed network fault. Only MTN sims worked on it and sometimes, it just wouldn’t work at all. I got frustrated: How could I have a phone that does whatever it wants? So, I decided to PAWN the phone at the pawn shop.
I went to Charity area at Oshodi in Lagos, Nigeria – my words, you can pawn anything at Charity!
Bearing in mind, the condition of my phone, I planned to make my transaction as fast and confusing as possible… to explore; indulge and escape!
I scouted for phones and when I saw the one I liked, I called the shopkeeper that I wanted to pawn my device for the one I selected. To make the shopkeeper confused and unrested, I told him I had to leave as soon as possible and I didn’t have my SIM card with me (so that he wouldn’t have to test the phone).
He told me to add little money to take the new device- I even gave him 500 Naira extra. I was feeling good that I had got rid of the frustrating phone.
I hurried him up… told him I didn’t have all day! Of course, there wasn’t power supply at Charity and I wasn’t ready for him to help me charge my new phone! He told me he wouldn’t be able to charge it because of power failure and I agreed. “Bros, I will charge it at home, answer me!!!”
I left the store as fast as I could after we exchanged numbers.
I got home feeling happy and fulfilled… another side of me was feeling bad but I didn’t pay attention to it… “the useless phone would end up somewhere anyway “.
There wasn’t light when I got home so, I gave the phone to my neighbour to charge for me.
On plugging the phone, it came up quite fine- only for my neighbour’s little daughter to say in her tiny little voice: “uncle, your new phone is CHINCO and the screen has broken”.
I sprinted to look at my new device… a MAP of NIGERIA was on the screen and it truly was CHINCO. Wow!!! I sat with all my weights and thought “what is this; Karma?”
People asked what happened to my new phone… I told them I sat on it in the bus [I knew how I protected that phone on my way home from the pawn shop].
Well, the shopkeeper called me and complained about the phone I gave him… I hissed and said “Oga na 1-1 draw”.
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