Reposted from Tobiyasi in Chiradzulu
- Frantz Fanon
"We would be out of our minds, we would actually be traitors to ourselves, to be reluctant or fearful to identify with people with whom we have so much in common"
- El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
But before I proceed, allow me to take this opportunity to pay my homage to CorpsAfrica for this eye-opening opportunity. One of the many things that my fellow pioneer volunteers and I were promised when we joined is that this journey would change us. As I prepare to conclude my one year stay in Likoswe village, I will be the first to admit that change has really occurred within me. Is it a positive change? That's not for me to answer, but what I know is that I am proud of the change that has happened. My contentment is what matters.
Now, here is how the CorpsAfrica journey motioned.
As you can see, my association with CorpsAfrica has been an adventure. Who wouldn't be changed by an adventure of such magnitude? Definitely, not me.
But the most important question is, does this spell the end of Tobiyasi in Chiradzulu? My response is, yes, Tobi is about to leave Chiradzulu but this blog will remain active. But remember that after this is my final piece in my capacity as a CorpsAfrica volunteer. What lays ahead are posts written by Limbani Kamanga in his capacity as Tobiyasi Tobi. Yambone!