Noble YCC Treasurer, Seth, was sleeping peacefully in the guesthouse, when a young boy from town appeared at his door.
“Seth,” the little boy said (pronounced “Set”), “do you know where is Kwame Peter?”
“Huh?” said Seth, “There is no Kwame Peter living here. You have the wrong house.”
“No, no,” insisted the boy, “I know I saw Kwame Peter here! I’ll go look. You keep sleeping.”
Now, Seth, being a good Guesthouse guardian, couldn’t just let the boy wander around. For all he knew, the lad could be a thief! (pronounced “teef“)
“THERE!” hollered the boy, “THERE is Kwame Peter!”
He was pointing at a computer.
(In a wacky coincidence, the name of YCC‘s former Administrator IS Peter, and he was born on a Saturday, meaning his day-of-birth Ghanaian name is… Kwame!)
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