Left-handedness: Is it a gift or a ‘curse’?

Twenty two years ago, Patrick Nsenga was born left handed. But in his childhood he was trained to discard the ‘abnormality’ and use his right hand. Today he is right handed and has no signs of a leftie.  It is a life many go through.   Victimization of left handed children is rife in our communities. Many parents can’t stand their child growing up left handed. They will use all means including punishing them for things as simple as using the left hand to eat or write.
The New Times
Collins Mwai