We are the only continent that has killed more than two million of our children in armed conflict since 1991Read More »
Rest in peace, Great Eagle of the Iroko Tree. We shall come to you, someday, to continue this story I met Chinua Achebe in November 1988. Henry Chakava, the man who would turn out to be my mentor and teacher, had only recently engaged me as English Language Teaching Editor, at Heinemann.Read More »
Images of human beings, pigs and blood in the streets of Nairobi invite you to reflect on surrealism in art, and especially in literature.Read More »
Yet the fact that he is the son of the founding president will steadily recede to the domain of footnotes, as he is judged on the merits or demerits of his own performanceRead More »
Condescending, fawning and embarrassing – in the extreme.Read More »
But today, they sent a press release explaining why the concert did not take off. While they sent their sincerest apologies, it would seem that a refund for the event is still a distant dream.