Boda Boda 2010

Poem By Bamukunda Hillary

Boda Boda 2010
Red faces
Without any traces
Committed cases
Slayed with offences
Trading human rights with pride
People say,
As they led their enemies to torture,
Subjected children to stoning
And abandoned transport for crime
Blood is some thing they smeared
And cries of brutality cemented their happiness.
Since they had diplomatic authority
People say,
They dinned with kings
And denied their kins.
They run for riches
And built their reins
They are past redemption
And they exist no more
"Siku za mwizi na arobaine "
People say.
@Bamukunda Hillary

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