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We the People

Foreword written by Kenya’s former Chief Justice Willie Mutunga

Timothy Murere Njoya makes a decision to convert to become saved. He is met with threats of a beating by the church and state. The year is 1956. The Mau Mau had taken to the forest determined to win back the land stolen from them by British settlers. Now, Njoya has an all-consuming purpose. Based on his newfound sovereignty, he dedicates his life to restoring the people’s humanity and the country’s nationhood. His pursuit sees him thrice defrocked and, thrice killed, but he is thrice reinstated and thrice rises again, surviving against the odds to see the beginning of the realization of his dream—a Constitution based on the sovereignty of We the People.

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Timothy Murere Njoya makes a decision to convert to become saved. He is met with threats of a beating by the church and state. The year is 1956. The Mau Mau had taken to the forest determined to win back the land stolen from them by British settlers. Now, Njoya has an all-consuming purpose. Based on his newfound sovereignty, he dedicates his life to restoring the people’s humanity and the country’s nationhood. His pursuit sees him thrice defrocked and, thrice killed, but he is thrice reinstated and thrice rises again, surviving against the odds to see the beginning of the realization of his dream—a Constitution based on the sovereignty of We the People.

Weight 83 g
Dimensions 152 × 227 mm
Weight 83 g
Dimensions 152 × 227 mm
ISBN

978 9966 003 33 1

Country

Kenya

Pages

432

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Date

December 1, 2016

Author

Reverend Timothy Njoya

Publisher

World Alive Publishers