53 years after independence and I did not wish anyone a Happy Independence Day because I was not happy. Why pretend? Is there any honour in pretending that I am happy? Optimists (who will undoubtedly show up with their middle fingers in their mouths) will remind me that we successfully negotiated (fact: not won) our … Continue reading LEADERSHIP IS A REFLECTION OF THE LED!
Our Supreme Leader Who art NOT be questioned Hallowed be your name Your Fire Trucks have come May your money be made through blatant profligacy As we complacently, turn a blind eye to your "public servitude" hypocrisy Give us this day our daily lies And continue to trample on our human rights Forgive us for … Continue reading MY 18TH OCTOBER PRAYER
(This was originally shared on my Twitter profile as a series of Tweets. I am 'storifying' it here on request so it may not read fluidly). My honest opinion about the ruling party - the Patriotic Front, its leader and our Republican President Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu. I hope you will consider sharing this if … Continue reading 32 SHADES OF HONESTY
After I was born the rest of mylife has felt like I was created to live for someone else. Most people have graciously called it my purpose or a little more evocatively as my destiny but let me be honest, I would have been very happy crawling on all fours, being pampered and spoon fed … Continue reading THEREFORE, SOCIETY DESERVES AND GETS MY MIDDLE FINGER
Quite frankly I was hoping that the Church in this country would denounce 18th October for the hypocrisy that it obviously represents.