Dear African Woman,
You have touched my heart.
I want to take this time to embrace you, your womanhood, and remind you that you are the world's greatest creation.
In a world full of hate, gender-based violence and inequalities, I want to remind you that you are good enough, you are a sunflower 🌻 you are the beauty behind all the madness in this world.
I pray that my sons grow into the protectors of women, that they are kind and nurturing. The world is cruel and turning a blind eye will not make it better. May my son's stand united to protect the future generation of mothers, discourage self-destructive behaviour, promote excellence and celebrate each other's successes.
The poem titled The Queen celebrates you and the power you have to break chains and barriers. You heal hearts and find lost souls. You have the power to change the world, I urge you to look deep within your soul to find your hidden potential and live life as God had intended. You do no one justice by not letting your light shine brightly to the world
Your knight in shining armour
The Great Banda