We are not just some poorest Southern African republic anymore. Most of whose population survives on less than a US dollar a day. We are a nation stuffed with hypocrites for leaders. State-of-the-art Pharisees-cum-politicians masquerading as builders of the nation.
We are nothing but a bunch of men and women and children – some innocent endangered albinos regrettably hunted like akalulu – whose destiny our clueless government top dogs are steering.
Above all, we are Malawi, the warm heart of sex – from whence sex talk and action has become cheaper than sin. Malawi has become sex, sex and sex. Malawi Sex Inc.
We are doing extremely well sex wise. Soon we hope tables will turn around for the better. We look forward to metamorphosing from a predominantly sex importing country to a predominantly sex exporting one.
Thumbs up to the budding pornography industry that is steadily on the rise. The porn actors and actresses, whom we are breeding at an encouraging rate, are making us proud. We appreciate their endeavours a great deal. They say the pornography industry is one of the wealthiest industries in the world, don’t they?
We should start reaping from what we are sowing soon. We expect good bucks in the good American currency – should our good actors and actresses go international, which they have already done after all. We just hope they will not let their millions of US dollars realised stashed in some banks in New York or Washington when we are in dire need of the same back home.
Almost everyone is doing the sex stuff in public. From the president to trained bankers to wheelbarrow pushers and schools boys of Titi, Bereu and Wiliro. Sex is no longer some affair involving two people in the privacy of their bedroom or in some cheap rest house or in dark corners of Lilongwe’s Devil Street.
It has become public. Our sex has become famous. Even American tourists are flocking to our landlocked nation for some sex, including Courtney Devon Davis. Threesome, that’s what they call it – the American tourists, at least according to one 49 year old security guard Derick Chiwala who almost lost his life because of sex at Sosi Lodge.
There is ‘car sex’ happening between professionals and professionals in the car parks of Mwaiwathu Private Hospital in Blantyre and between married men and sex workers in the streets of Lilongwe.
Few weeks ago, it was sex involving minors and some potbellied scoundrels at Mama’s Shabin in Ntcheu. We all woke up to one of the amazing shocks of our lifetimes. There, we were told, sex can go at a cooling price of K500 or K1 000 should you not bring along a condom.
The country’s sexual appetites have gone lousy. Defilement cases are never-ending, they are some rising action.
But, well, the president too is kissing. Sometimes dangerously in public, unconscious of the fact that thousands of our children watch him cheaply demonstrating his love to Mama Gertrude.
Last month we saw our president get so horny on Valentine’s Day, on MBC TV, in front of the whole nation. He didn’t contain his “kissing appetite” that February 14 that, to use one Nkharo Nkosi’s verbiage, he gave a hot and sticky kiss on his ‘sweetie’s’ cherry lips.
Of course, the president too must kiss. It is blood that flows in his veins, not water. Is it not what everyone in this country is doing after all?
So, we are not very surprised at all, that the “sexing and kissing” has come to stay.
But we hope that, maybe, sooner than later our good activists will start pushing for serious provisions as regards the control of the use of internet. Maybe our good Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) will get interested in knowing how nasty cyberspace is contributing to the proliferating “sex industry” in the country which our laws say is illegal and punishable.
Maybe, maybe, sooner than later, each one of us – including our first couple – will remember to accord sexual activities some dignity and do them with ultimate privacy.
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