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Professor Ken Walibora the Siku Njema Author is dead

Professor Ken Walibora who is a lauded swahili author is dead. His remains were on Wednesday 15th April 2020, morning traced to Kenyatta National Hospital  Mortuary.

Apparently, the renowned linguist was hit by a matatu along Landhies Road.

The author who also doubles up a journalist has been missing since Friday. Reliable source has revealed that family and friends have been looking for him.

Walibora has left an indelible mark in literally world. He is famed for best selling novels like, Siku Njema, Ndoto ya Amerika, Kidagaa kimemwozea among others.

Professor Walibora worked as a high school language teacher, then a probation officer and later on joined the broadcast media world where he was a news editor, newscaster, translator, football commentator.


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