He told Sunday Scoop, “News of people committing suicide is what people should focus on not what I do with my body. I just tattooed the names of all my children on my left arm. I did not do that on my balls. If I tattoo my genitals, who would see it? I only pierced it. It is not everything that is online that one should believe.”
On what he invests his time in now, he said, “I am a volunteer in the Mumu Don Do movement and that takes a lot of my time.
We are doing a lot of sensitisation right now and trying to have more allies. It is not a political movement, it is just to jar youths out of their docility to begin to show their frustration with the status quo. If young people don’t come together, it means we would be in the same situation in 2019.
It is important to always speak up against what you’re not comfortable with.”