As he turned around the corner of a block he came face to face with his neighbour Ngoya. The shabby clothes, dirty kinky hair, reddened eyes, nearly colourless lips and the unsteady gait portrayed the typical alcoholic. He would wake up very early to get a dose of his ‘medicine’ at his favorite den. He … Continue reading THUG THUG (PART TWO)


Our Inability to Appreciate Talent is Sickening

Yesterday I decided to visit a popular recreation spot to disrupt the boring daily routine we're all forced to adhere to. You see, nowadays we're like robots. Robots with brains. You're born, get carried around till you're able to crawl and walk then your parents expect you to toe the line. Meet societies expectations; go … Continue reading Our Inability to Appreciate Talent is Sickening