According to China Keitetsi Yoweri Museveni was the inventor of child soldiers. When Museveni was fighting in the bush of Uganda he made extensive use of children to fight his war against the sitting powers in order to reach himself the zenith of power in Uganda. Thousands of children took part in the fighting, were … Continue reading review MIT LIV SOM BARNESOLDAT I UGANDA
It was long overdue to read this book written by the former president of the United States of America. The first edition of this book was written long before Barack Obama started his political career. He was nearing the end of his studies at Harvard University. he was chosen to be the editor-in-chief of the … Continue reading review DREAMS FROM MY FATHER
This Oltesh is from Tanzania and he has risen to the position of writing a book. His favourite writer is Dale Carnegie. Do not expect much in the way of literature in his reading habits. Could we convince him to buy books a a local bookstore instead of global webmasters? In this article you will … Continue reading BY THE BOOK: Oltesh Thobias
The Nigerian poet and writer Dami Ajayi not only writes and cures people, he also listens to music. In this article he writes about a Nigerian musician. We have to listen to one and forget the other. But why not listen to both, not at the same time, but why should one exclude another?
What effect war has on people. Or should I say: what effect war has on young people The main character of the book is a child, a boy-soldier, somewhere in West Africa. The Nigerian writer several times uses the Hausa word ‘kai’, but civil war seems to be something of the past in Nigeria. We … Continue reading review BEASTS OF NO NATION