Making room: Nim Njuguna’s alternative history of the innkeeper

‘I offered my apologies for keeping them waiting, took the reins of their donkey, and led them in.’

‘We were awakened a couple of hours later by loud banging on our door and found an anxious Joseph standing there looking confused and breathless.' | Photo: by Jon Tyson on Unsplash.

‘I am no longer talking to journalists,’ said Moshe the innkeeper dismissively waving away the inquiring stranger. ‘Not after that sly reporter ended up maligning my name. He probably trashed my reputation and that of My Brother’s Keeper’s inn for life.’

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