Podcasting: African BlogShere

This year I set out to start a podcast about African blogs and African bloggers. But my goals to make it consistently hit rock bottom after recording the first episode with a Zimbabwean Blogger who is currently staying in Russia. … Continue reading Podcasting: African BlogShere

Number of children for a millennials households

I got together with Rogers M. Wanambwa and Connie Dia to address the question of how many children we can have to meet substantial financial safety of some sort against the social narrative that is set. Benjamin In the Ugandan … Continue reading Number of children for a millennials households

Of millennials, commitment and relationships on my watch

I have always wanted to tell this story for the most part of this lockdown, the more I have kept it away in my physical notebook, the more it has evolved. It has been dented by other blogs that have … Continue reading Of millennials, commitment and relationships on my watch

Halted Dreams

sketchespieced jointlymiscellaneous pigmentsrolled on a color patterndaughters and sons undevelopedintentions dissatisfied pendingdrafted manuscripts,of happily and after talesphrases not rationalto even the retired loversvanished into silence in front of the laptop in the corner of a cafégazing at nothingnessdarkness intensifyingtime haltedcurios … Continue reading Halted Dreams

By the time he woke up

It’s been forever since I had real rest away from work, constant rush hours, and technology. I am seated on my desk on a second floor, in the corner where I spend most of my time in the oil City … Continue reading By the time he woke up