Few events in Kenya’s recent history have captured the imagination of the nation as those of the period from the late 1970s. Between the pages of this memoirs is a history of that period which is hardly taught in our schools and is fast receding into the holes of the insignificant as a younger generation takes over.
The history of that era, like that of all the eras that have made this country, needs to be preserved by those who witnessed and participated in it.
In Stronger Than Faith, Oduor Ong’wen adds clarity to the politics of an important but dark era of our history. It adds clarity to why that era is not entirely gone.