Most countries don’t have effective policies to deal with the plight of street children
Lusaka, Zambia (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
In Geoffrey Musonda’s new novel “Dangerous Power Games” (published by Trafford Publishing), protagonist Ngosa finds himself a pawn in a very dangerous power game. He must summon his street instincts to defeat this unseen enemy in order to protect everything he holds dear.
“Dangerous Power Games” is a novel that explores the plight of street children. Ngosa, and his friends, Glenda and Michael, who must navigate the dangerous and deceitful world of life on and along the edges of the streets, trying to make the best choices they can.
An excerpt from “Dangerous Power Games”:
“Chidumbo leaked his tongue then it broke in a sly grin, ‘Come on woman, I’m a man of the cloth; don’t tempt me.’ ‘What’s the matter preacher man, am I too woman for you… or do you prefer cheap treats of one journalist I know?’ Bertha seductively moved closer to Chidumbo. ‘What journalist?’ Chidumbo’s husky voice mumbled as Bertha slowly pushed him backwards towards the bed.”
“Though fictional,” Musonda says, “this book talks about what happens in most cities. Most countries don’t have effective policies to deal with the plight of street children.”
In 2001 Musonda was awarded a Rotary International Scholarship to participate in the Group Study Exchange in Minnesota. He later became a full Rotarian and served as secretary of the Rotary Club of Lusaka in 2003-2004. He is also founder of Shanty Production and Publishing House.
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