The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Reform is difficult. Leaving a life of crime, corruption, greed and black magic, as noble as it may be, is tricky. Especially when, the moral high road is not all it’s cracked up to be. For Samson, it’s struggle at best.
A stint in prison back in the day meant that he needed to prove himself when he came out and that meant shucking and jiving for people. As if that wasn’t hard enough, he needed to make a public apology to Mpiyakhe Zungu for using witchcraft to invade his body and turn him into uMkhovu.
The two carried on as adversaries but one’s that were civil. Things started to look up and it was then that Gatsheni was elected the chairman of the UTA.
Gatsheni is back in the fold as he threatens Judas & he tells him he doesn't back off a fight #isibaya— Jose (@Jtemayi) June 28, 2016
But, taking a man out of prison and placing him on a pedestal doesn’t make him any less lawless. Samson has always operated under a different, darker currency. His is the language of cloak and dagger, underhanded dealings and covert killings.
Money and power justified every cold-blooded act, every cold-hearted coup.
Ndlovu is back. And back with a vengeance. Having fallen flat on the part of good he was more than ready to cross back over to the dark side. The question now is, with the hot-headed Ngwenyas in his pocket are we all ready for Bhubesini’s most feared villain to make a come back?
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