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AYANDE: The Rise of Bonza

The Ayande village, in the South of Mbiu sat animated by the active clinks of metals being molded, the argillaceous odour of clay and the animated chatter of children dancing about the village, throwing stones and occasionally breaking into a dance. It was a beautiful…

Pale Pink

There‚Äôs something wrong with this scene. A square room, the floor patched with puddles of water here and there. At the corner stands a girl. Barely 6 years old, you estimate. She seems aloof, distant, withdrawn, as if looking beyond the cracked concrete wall, into…

TAGU: Tales of Dubaku

Beyond the endless green canopy of trees, wild berries and honey- the equivalent of a modern-day Eden, was the land of Tagu. The aggressive villagers of Tagu were constantly chasing wild game meat, on top of trees, or perched at the entrance of the village…

Origins of Tagu Tribe

The village of Tagu sat peacefully hidden in between the series of valleys and ridges of green and lush forests. A small footpath paved the way beyond the thick undergrowth and canopy of the rainforests. They were not gregarious and were happiest in situation of…

Origins of Zatura Tribe

In the South of Mbiu nation, was a vast dry creek of land full of cacti, tumbleweeds and sand. The ground was too hard and dry and the sun a little too harsh on the skin. The land was bare, and noiseless except for the…

Origins of Kurwu Tribe

The Kurwu tribe occupied the central part of Mbiu nation. This was the area with verdant meadows stretching over miles and miles of land. The area was a cool restful shady world with light filtering lazily through the treetops that meet high overhead and shut…

Origins of Ayande Tribe

Eventually Bomani reached the gates of the Ayande tribe. The kinsmen are known for their craftsmanship and their love for entertainment. They had the best weavers, blacksmiths and tanners in the whole Mbiu nation. The challenge for him was to learn the warrior dance. The…