COCKNEY ZULU by Eddie Kwadjo Danso

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From the depths of the deepest jungle on earth, somewhere in a fictional Zulu village in South Africa comes everyone’s favourite Zulu; Mfoafoa Jones.
This young traditional Zulu warrior leaves his village to go and fend for himself and somehow ends up in Soweto (So We Went To The Ghetto) where he befriends a fellow Zulu. He cannot spell ‘English’ let alone speak it but he somehow finds employment with a Caucasian family in Cape Town. This family then decides to bring him along for their vacation in the U.K; not just anywhere in the U.K but Essex, the Cockney capital of the world.
How would you react in this present day England if you saw someone with tribal marks, wearing a straw skirt and holding a spear walking down your road?
Ladies and gentlemen brace yourself for the craziest Zulu on earth, Cockney Zulu.

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Published April 30, 2011 by Xlibris. 140 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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