The big-boned country sat sullenly in the rocking chair. For several minutes, nothing was said by client or doctor. The country’s eyes ranged suspiciously over the room as he rocked don’t stop now… read on!
But Ngugi will never veer too far from his pet subject, the African language. Here is a quote from the interview, his only reservation against young African writers is that,
‘I have not (so far – I may be wrong) seen a young writer of the new generation who takes a positive stand for and on behalf of African languages.’
This is the Ngugi challenge for young African writers. Still I’d like to throw Ngugi a challenge of his own: an important award in his name for a work of fiction published in a language indigenous to Africa don’t stop now… read on!
Human Trafficking. Chika Unigwe’s recent novel, On Black Sister’s Street, puts some faces on the issues. Yet, the choices that are exercised by the victims of Human Trafficking vary widely: don’t stop now… read on!