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A growing collection of charms and little secrets of Africa and its people, carefully unveiled using poetry and free verse. Read once, read twice, relive the experience for ever.
A collection of poems and prose for easy reading, fun and well... the joy of language!
A collection of lovely poems by the Nu Scribe Joseph Kimbugwe.
Not capable of occurring or being accomplished or dealt with
(of a person) very annoying or difficult to deal with
Something that cannot be done
Sounds familiar? Well, perhaps you are in for a little suprise, or you are about to start relating...
Let's face it, here's the latest WHO stats on Malaria
About 3.2 billion people – nearly half of the world's population – are at risk of malaria. In 2015, there were roughly 214 million malaria cases and an estimated 438 000 malaria deaths. Increased prevention and control measures have led to a 60% reduction in malaria mortality rates globally since 2000.
When I say let's get serious about killing these bloody bastards, some folks be quacking! And who said all wars have to be fought with mere wrath and a disregard for humor? To those ready for bloody war against these Mosquito races (yes, there's even those who've brought the Zika to us), let's get started...
This epic poem, celebrates the experience of one commuter, on behalf of all those that do hop on and off those myriad minibus taxis on Kampala's streets, sometimes called matatus, but actually better regarded as killatatus, for reasons you are about to find out...