I was born on 25th July 1970 at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre. I went to Chitawira Primary and Robert Laws Secondary Schools. Thereafter I went to Lilongwe Technical College where I studied for Mechanical Engineering Technician program for four years, graduating in 1993. Later on I studied for a 4-year diploma in Advanced Pastoral Studies with AFMIN (South Africa), before doing another 4-year study with Global University (USA) where I graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Bible & Theology with Distinction in 2008. Then I studied philosophy at Chancellor College (University of Malawi) and I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Humanities (philosophy major) with Distinction in 2011.By virtue of my academic excellence, I am a member of Delta Epsilon Tau International Honor Society (USA).
My writing career began in 1988 when I wrote a short story, WHAT LOVE CAN DO, for Malawi News, and the story was also selected and included in the anthology RELATIONSHIPS that was published by Dr Moira Chimombo in 1990. Thereafter I continued writing short stories for the newspaper. My first book, LAUGHING WITH JESUS, was published in 2008, and was followed by the novel MEN IN WHITE COLLAR in 2011.