Written By: Badaru Basiru AfricaMyStory What is often neglected in times of calm could willingly be opted for in times of trouble. The point in history at which Africa must, out of a daring necessity, unite may have come. And if the indices still read otherwise, then at what juncture the calls and aspirations […]
KENYAN PROLIFIC SWAHILI AUTHOR, journalist and literary scholar Prof Ken Walibora dies after being knocked down by matatu in Nairobi.
Ken Walibora Biography Ken Walibora Waliaula is a Kenyan award-winning legendary writer. He is a prolific Kiswahili fiction writer and poet. Ken is fondly remembered for his Epic Swahili novel Siku Njema that was published in 1996. The book made him a star and saw many sales of copies across East Africa. Ken Walibora […]
Source: ancient-origine.com World’s first illustrated Christian Bible discovered at Ethiopian monastery The world’s earliest illustrated Christian book has been saved by a British charity which located it at a remote Ethiopian monastery. The incredible Garima Gospels are named after a monk who arrived in the African country in the fifth century and is said […]
In a tiny village hood there lived a poor man named Thunder and he hated injustice. All the days of his life he worked so tirelessly yet he earned so little to the point that to suffice his needs he had to go to the road new the palace to beg for alms. As he […]