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Kwani? Litfest comprised of lectures, conversations, panels, readings and workshops that explore the practical aspects of African writing and literary life between successive literary generations.

Prof. Ngugi Wa Thiong’o & his son Mukoma Wa Ngugi were in conversation with John Sibi-Okumu on 13th December 2010 at the National Museums of Kenya. The event was titled ‘Two Writers. Two Generations. Father & Son.’


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