I recently became a fan of African series, (thanks to Ndani TV’s Gidi up) and it’s interesting to know that the more meaningful flicks are being produced by Africans. So I saw this trailer on a new series titled Skinny Girl In Transit, also produced by NdaniTv, and I thought, wow, this is going to be something!.
Skinny Girl In Transit is centered around a story most ladies can relate to these days. In a generation where being skinny is actually more desirable than having flesh on one, the plot is highly relatable. Continue reading
Sunday November 10, 2013
It was a calm sunday afternoon, the heat wave had become a tad unbearable, and Rita was forced to abandon the thoughts of taking a nap as she made to get out of bed to step outside for fresh air. “Don’t leave me” “Don’t leave me”, Rita heard Canice mutter softly as she stirred in her sleep, taking a long look at her she wondered if it was a good idea to wake her up. “Don’t leave me”, she continued to mutter, Rita got up from her bed and walked over to Canice’s side. Crouching by the side of her sister’s bed, she began to stroke her hair softly, it had been three months since Francis passed away, Rita felt sorry for her sister.