As I am writing this article, Boaz has taken the children swimming. I just have little Chaka in the house, he's sound asleep. The house is beautifully peaceful. Peace and quiet is a rare thing when you have 6 children including a newborn. I'm listening to one of my favourite worship songs, 'Mazuva ose makatendeka', … Continue reading So Boaz Confronted My Former Spiritual Father
I received this lovely message from May, the lady I wrote about yesterday. She is the lady who recognised me and I said hi to her, she then started laughing. It was beautiful to know she wasn't laughing at me, as she clearly had no reason to. She was laughing at the guy whom she … Continue reading Dear Jean, I Am Not Your Hater, You Inspire Me
Jared Leto recently modelled a gucci patchwork printed silk long sleeve dress, and he was immediately dubbed Gucci JESUS. If Jared Leto was to go to any African country dressed like that today, he would have a mass of black people following him and bowing down to him mistaking him for their god. In … Continue reading As Jared Leto Becomes Gucci Jesus, I Fear Black People Will Start Worshipping Him
I always meet people who recognise me now and again, and I am always encouraged. Once I met one woman who told me that she was so happy to finally see me in person, after reading my inspirational articles. She almost wanted to cry. Everyone I meet always tells me how happy they are to … Continue reading So Today I Met One Of My Online Haters
I can't help but congratulate Jamie Oliver for launching the Punchy Jerk Rice. He has always been one of my favourite chefs, so yeah, I am well chuffed for him. I am more happy for him because he is not just a celebrity chef, but he's a very clever one too. A few years ago … Continue reading Congratulations Jamie Oliver: Black People Gave You Free Marketing.
There was a girl who was born, but she never got to be understood, because she was different from her own people. She was told by her mother that she had the spirit of bad luck. And was made to do all the things that frightened her. She got married very young because she was … Continue reading Forget Your People, And Come Home
You may know all my weaknesses And even help create more than half of them You may know what makes me cry And know all the things I hate You may not like to hold my hand In the lonely cold winter night You may crush my weak soul with big biting words And wound my … Continue reading I’m Not Mad, I’m Just A Woman
Ghana is not just a country to me, it's my Boaz's birthplace and my children's heritage. The people of Ghana have welcomed me with so much love, have never met a people so beautifully spirited and talented too. I feel honoured to be one of the Judges for 2018 Miss Tourism Ghana UK next Saturday. … Continue reading Meet Your Judge: Miss Ghana Tourism UK 2018
As blood is ruthlessly shed on the streets of Zimbabwe post the general elections, I have to say this, Zimbabweans I told you so. Last year when I paid my tribute to my former President Robert Mugabe, as short-sighted Zimbabweans celebrated the illegal coup as some sort of victory, I did say the celebrations were immature. … Continue reading Robert Mugabe Was Never The Problem, Emmerson Mnangagwa Was.
1st of August is always the most important day of the year for me. On that day each year, I become a year older. It's that day I came into the world, and I am very grateful that I am still alive and healthy. But it's a bittersweet day for me. I'm forced to think … Continue reading It’s My Birthday Today, I’m Allowed To Be A Little Concieted