This collection is one of the deepest expressions of the cradle of Africa. Within it we find the highs and lows confined within the African culture in the advent of modernity, civilization and democracy. It laughs at the ordinary African lifestyle in a beautiful artistic way. I would that the writers of the stories and their works were celebrated in a way that would champion for positive change in Africa (Google Books, 2011)
A moving anthology… especially Ken Saro-Wiwa’s (Goodreads, 2012)
Set in High Schools in Kenya.
See also Kenya: Crucial Guide to Encounters From Africa
(Muleka, J. and Muchiri Mukunga 2003).