Juliet Lubega

Mother in-law

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Juliet Lubega


Matt raised his glass, stretching his arm to full length before bending it again to take a long sip of the chilled beer. He closed his eyes to feel the ice cold liquid run down his dry throat, soothing the wall lining. He was feeling as hot as the temperature outside, since his row with his wife in the morning. His friend and business partner Yiga, was setting up the laptop on the table. It had been is idea that they go through the feasibility study over lunch in a pub after he sensed; that his friend was unsettled and un-attentive throughout the morning in the office. He raised his head and looked at Matt, rapidly consuming the alcohol in the glass as if to appease his body.

 “Matt, are you alright? he asked.

 “Oh yes I am. Are you ready” said Matt absent mindedly

“I have been watching…

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Author: lubega1

Among other things an aspiring UK based African writer with particular interest in African/Western cultural divide..

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