Letter to the Prime Minister
Nuria Ranking: #4 in History And Government
In the Letter to the Prime Minister , Justus Siage aims at communicating the view-point of the average Kenyan teenager on social, political and economic issues affecting Kenya
Told with a comical twist and in appealing, readable language, the author chronicles challenges of the common man and, tangentially, offers ‘viable’ solutions to the same.
The Letter to the Prime Minister is one young man’s portrayal of deep concern for the well-being and future of the country, Kenya. Through this writing, he seeks help from one of the most well-known practicing politician in the country, the prime minister.
What others say:
“The book is very unique as the author puts through his views by giving personal experiences in a comical manner to drive his point home. It’s very interesting and fun to read… it’s out of the woods!” – Roy Ndagwa
“Kenya is an intriguing country and the myriad of issues faced by the citizen are sure to overwhelm anyone who takes on the task of narrating to an outsider. Justus has done this brilliantly by using witty language, one that appeals to both the young and old.” – Beatrice Adera Amollo, Librarian
“A young Kenyan speaks in words of his generation and captures challenges facing the nation and contradictory actions of the political class. The Letter to the Prime Minister is timely for it speaks for the majority of Kenyans.” – Dr Matunda Nyanchama, Publisher & ICT Professional
About the Author
Justus Siage is the second born in a family of three children, sandwiched between two adorable ladies – Winnie and Grace.
He sat for his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education in 2006 after which he joined high school, which he completed in 2010 having sat for his IGCSE O-levels. He is currently pursuing undergraduate studies in International Business at the Australian Studies Institute (AUSI) in Nairobi.
Justus has a deep interest in the business world and economic issues in particular. He is constantly in search of solutions and the way forward for many of the economic, social, environmental and political problems that Kenya faces. Justus aims at improving Kenyans’ living conditions, and making life a little more pleasant for the average Kenyan.
In many ways, he is an average Kenyan teenager in jeans. However, unlike the average jeans-wearing teen, Justus began writing at an early age, publishing his first book, Billionaire Dropout (Sahel Books Inc. 2009) at the age of 17.