Matters of spirituality have never been oblivious to the African.
Today’s African women are not what we knew them to be; they are more than that now. They are homemakers and board chairpersons, children nurturers and key decision makers; They make food and clothes, build houses and make homes out of them; They advocate for humanitarian causes and fight for the vulnerable; They are bankers,…
One can be fun and funny but inwardly be a very sad person.
I wish I could remember the first…I can only guess what it could have been. What I do remember about African literature from back in the day was my sentiment about how heavy the stories and themes were. I don’t know if it’s because colonialism and its after-effects were still fresh in the minds and…
Discipline is never pleasant but the fruits thereof, are indeed valuable.
All is fair in love and war.
There’s so much to love about Africa and weave stories about it – the good, bad, and ugly.
I write because she never stopped believing in me.
Without storytellers, there would be no history because who else would share it?
Grew up loving stories. Now I write them.
Ironic that I lack what I’m called by.
Put the spotlight on God himself…
Who cares anymore?
Got to love the colors!