MEMOIRS OF THE FORGOTTEN

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MEMOIRS OF THE FORGOTTEN is a book wiping the past scars of a nation that was bleeding open. The post-election violence of 2007/2008 brought division to a people that ones greeted peace together. Death’s visit was evident for many lost their lives even those innocence called pure. Human bodies turning into an appetizer for the dogs was an assurance of the end of Ubuntu. Disciplacement of families and destruction of property left many staggering in the cruel side of limbo.

 

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Paul Njoroge

Paul Njoroge

Paul Njoroge, usually known as Njoroge Kiruthi, is a young African philosopher with BA in philosophy from Urbaniana University-Rome. He has undying love for peace and goodness. Njoroge is a journalist by profession registered by media council of Kenya.

 

MEMOIRS OF THE FORGOTTEN is a book wiping the past scars of a nation that was bleeding open. The post-election violence of 2007/2008 brought division to a people that ones greeted peace together. Death’s visit was evident for many lost their lives even those innocence called pure. Human bodies turning into an appetizer for the dogs was an assurance of the end of Ubuntu. Disciplacement of families and destruction of property left many staggering in the cruel side of limbo.

2 reviews for MEMOIRS OF THE FORGOTTEN

  1. Billy Amugune

    A great masterpiece of witnessing the power of victory over chaos from a great sage of the 21st century. In deed, it’s detrimental to sleep and kindles a lot of sense of UBUNTU (not me but we). Missing the message is missing happiness- eudaemonia.
    A scar is a sign of victory.

  2. Paul Njoroge

    Work of God

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