It is Good Friday today. Sister Mary Ann works with the aged in one of the church-sponsored homes in Nairobi. This Easter Friday she is driving to visiting home bound patients when all over a sudden she runs out of fuel. Luckily enough an Oil Libya petrol was just a kilometre away.
So Sister Mary Ann walks to the station to borrow a jerrycan can and buy some gas. Rasta, the attendant respectfully apologizes by telling her that the only container they owned had just been loaned out but she could wait until it was returned if she didn’t mind.
Since it was almost lunch hour and Sister Mary Ann wanted to deliver her presents over lunch, she chose not to wait and walked back to her car. She looked for any container in her car that she could use to carry fuel and spotted the bedpan she was taking to one of the beg-bound patients.
So the resourceful Sister Mary Ann carries the bedpan to the petrol station and have it filled it unleaded super fuel. She delicately balances the full bedpan back to her car and as
she pours the gas into her tank, two born-again Christians Karish and Waf watch in amazement across the street at.
Bewildered Karish turns to Waf and declares emphatically, "If the car starts, I'm converting to Catholic straightaway."