Mausoleum to keep Ogot literary dream alive

Graced Ogot has found a permanent to remember her in a mausoleum near to the house of her Bethwell Ogot. Grace Ogot has written many books and has been active in the political world as well. Her husband is a respected historian.

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Professor Bethwel Ogot at his wife's mausoleum at his home in Gem Yala on March 17, 2016. Prof Ogot says he is the first Kenyan to build a private mausoleum and that he has done so to show the love he has for his late wife Prof. Grace Ogot. PHOTO | TONNY OMONDI |

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