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The Corrosive Gulley Curruption is a Way of Life

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by: kululu Atsiaya
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Publication Date: May 18, 2018
Book Size: 5" x 8"
Pages: 55
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
A young man who has just taken the oath of allegiance as anAmerican citizen takes a trip back to Africa, in his homeland Kenya, and this trip ends up giving his life a mission. With the advantage of being an insider (having been born and grown up in Nairobi) and outsider (having resided in the United States of America for more than ten years), the author takes the reader on an experiential appreciation of corruption and its faces in his immediate environment. It is a reflective account of how the writer travels the corridors of time into his childhood and back to adulthood, to appreciate how things have so changed; only to remain the same; in some instances, completely the same. Through various incidents, the author reveals how tolerable corruption has become, and the various ways in which people glorify, camouflage or sanitize corruption.
Having a direct brush with the effects of corruption in more ways than one, Kululu’s is an account that reveals how an innocent quest leads a man to start agitating against corruption, not just in his country Kenya, but in any form or manifestation, and in any corner of the world.
Kululu, who is also a musician, is also the author of Finding the Lotus Within: From the Slum to the World Stage. This is an autobiographical account of how he rose from the slums of Nairobi Kenya, in East Africa, to become one of the very few motivational speakers from continental Africa in the United States of America.
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