Malawi’s Government and the UNHCR should be held responsible for lives of refugees who died in a shipwreck in the Indian Ocean earlier this week.

Early this morning, I woke up to a text message on Whatsapp. It was a photo with three crying emojis, a bunch of flowers with an inscription stating: R.I.P IN PEACE. The print has five people in it—two beautiful women; one looks in her early or late 50’s, and the other one in her lateContinue reading “Malawi’s Government and the UNHCR should be held responsible for lives of refugees who died in a shipwreck in the Indian Ocean earlier this week.”

By All Means Necessary

If my work gets me in trouble, I shall have no defense. Stoic, I will stand, just like the 33 years old Jesus Christ in front of Pontious Pilate. My life.My fate.My struggle against injustice. The neocolonial man shall rule Justice according to their political leanings. Under the whip of the neocolonial masters. In consciousContinue reading “By All Means Necessary”

The Place I Come From

I come from a place of reasonably educated humans. Historians. Journalists. Scientists. Philosophers. Critical thinkers–name it, anyone that has walked the corridors of Universities. Fun fact though: the place I come from, everyone looks the same. Brainwashed—white flock of good sheep, we are. We were made to be—all of us! And everyone is happy, fromContinue reading “The Place I Come From”

“Against the Double Blackmail”

Early this morning, I woke up to a text message on Whatsapp. It was a photo with three crying emojis, a bunch of flowers with an inscription stating: R.I.P IN PEACE. The print has five people in it—two beautiful women; one looks in her early or late 50’s, and the other one in her lateContinue reading ““Against the Double Blackmail””

A Public Statement from Gabriel Ndayishimiye

Dear Friend, I hope my message finds you well, wherever you may be, either at home, with your lovely ones, or at work. I want to take this opportunity to give a couple of updates and possibly clarifications on my recent activities on Facebook and other social media platforms. Ever since I embarked on thisContinue reading “A Public Statement from Gabriel Ndayishimiye”

My thoughts after reading Steve Biko’s I Write What I Like in comparison to Nelson Mandela’s autobiography: Long Walk To Freedom

Biko was once a boy. Biko was once a primary school student. Biko! Steve Biko. This man was courageous. Recall the political situation of South Africa back in the 1970s? Biko spoke, unapologetically, truth to power. But Biko was also a father.Biko had a son.He had dreams, both personal and dreams for his family. ButContinue reading “My thoughts after reading Steve Biko’s I Write What I Like in comparison to Nelson Mandela’s autobiography: Long Walk To Freedom”