Life and Times of Sheryl C. Tendai
|Sheryl C. Tendai|
It’s now been 3 years since cleared my secondary education but I am yet to further my studies. My plan is to join Harare Polytechnic so that I can bridge and then proceed to University of Zimbabwe. My Brother, Munya Honest on the other hand is my only older sibling and an employee of the county council of Chitungwiza. He is a harsh critic of mediocrity and at times approaching him with half thought out issues can land you in trouble – so more often than not, I refine my thinking before approaching him. Despite this, he is a great human being. I cherish and love him infinity. My dad passed on when I was 11 years old and all he had left for us was stolen during dollarization period. What he had worked for his entire life had summed up to $180. I have fond memories of him.
I think, rather i believe that self-initiating in Zimbabwe is what will save the youth from desperation, lack of esteem and dirt poverty. My fellow youth, try this ideology: You have to do it for self before anyone can do anything for you.