In this episode, former Zimbabwe fast bowler Henry Olonga talks about the situations that led to he and Andy Flower wearing black armbands to protest against the human right abuses of the corrupt Robert Mugabe government, which led to Henry leaving Zimbabwe. He also talks about his cricketing career, the Pakistani thread to his on-field cricket experiences, role of faith in his life and the future of Zimbabwe cricket.
Please visit Henry Olonga’s website: He is a musician, a photographer and a painter. You can buy his book “Blood, Sweat and Treason” from Amazon and also from his website. Follow him on Twitter at @HenryOlonga
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Intro Music: Sampled, Mixed and Produced by Aravind Murali
Guest: Henry Olonga
Host: Subash Jayaraman