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It's shameful to witness all these
Mama Africa never taught us
And I believe she is angry at you
A disgrace to Mama Africa

She taught us to be equal
To love, respect and protect
To be happy, to never despise
Or look upon one another

Where did you learn to fight from
To raise hands against your brothers
Blasphemy! Abomination!
This is nothing but a taboo

Let's come to terms
And forget the difference we have
For my blood is red, same as your blood
And that makes us similar and equal

For the love of our brothers
For the care of our sisters
And the respect to Mama Africa
Let's unite together, and say NO to Xenophobia

©Lewis Wamwanda

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    Lewis Wamwanda is a poet and novelist, born in Eldoret Kenya in the late 90's and is a student at Kisii University pursuing Bachelor Of Education, English and Literature. He began His writing back in 2009 while He was in Class Four His greatest motivation is the society at large.

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