A Month And A Day: & Letters

A Month & A Day is the moving last memoir of the man who gave voice to the campaign for the basic rights of the Ogoni people of Nigeria. Saro-Wiwa was an outspoken critic of the despotic Nigerian military regime and of the international oil companies, notably Shell, which he held responsible for the destruction of his homeland. Yet, despite the brutal government campaign against the Ogoni, he always advocated peaceful and non-violent protest.

If you want to know why Saro-Wiwa was hanged, read this book!

KES1,500.00

This new edition gives an insight into Ken Saro-Wiwa s ideology, his own record of arrest in July 1993 and imprisonment, the story of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), the struggle against the multinational Shell, the Nigerian military dictatorship, his criticisms and questioning of a corrupt regime which eventually led to his execution with eight others on 10 November 1995 and includes A Letter to my Father by Ken Wiwa Jnr.
Weight 222.6 g
Dimensions 130 × 194 × 20 mm
Weight 222.6 g
Dimensions 130 × 194 × 20 mm