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Sheila Oile – Feeding the Lambs KE September 24, 2020 – Posted in: Author Interviews

Who is Sheila Oile? A girl who is loved by God and is intentionally grounded in her walk with Christ. Why did you name your platform Feed the Lambs KE? I was having a chat with my mum about my books and how I don’t like referring to children as kids (its original meaning is the offspring of a goat) and she said what about Lambs and then referred me to John 21:15 (It ends…

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Mukami Kimathi – The Mau Mau Freedom Fighter March 30, 2020 – Posted in: Review

This review and feature image is a contribution from Glynis Maina as authored and published on her blog on May 29th, 2019 Being the wife of a Freedom Fighter may look like a walk in the park where your husband’s name seemingly opens all doors for you and make things right. This book however shows how in about 65 years our freedom fighters are still not well documented historically. It corrects the belief that women…

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Oganga Mangiti – Love & Pain March 4, 2020 – Posted in: Author Interviews

1.Please tell us a bit about Oganga Mangiti the poet. Well where do I start? Well, my full name is Benjamin Mangiti Oganga, in that order. When I started actively writing and posting my poetry, I wanted to fully identify with my African heritage first, before anything else, hence my first name was dropped, and I used my surname as my first name. This year, 2020, will mark 10 years of me writing poetry, yes,…

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Kinyanjui Kombani – Pawns and Players January 9, 2020 – Posted in: Author Interviews

Please tell us a bit about Kinyanjui Kombani, the banker who writes. I have been a banker for 14 years now. I began my career as a clerk, and have held roles in sales, service, relationship management and training which is under HR. I am now part of the Global Learning (training) team, taking care of the learning needs for Retail Banking colleagues in the group. Before the bank I was actively involved in theatre,…

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