Kinyanjui Kombani is one of Kenya’s more well-known writers in town in recent times with his two novels The Last Villains of Molo (our review) and Den of Inequities. He has also written a few nonfiction books.
The writer today announced to the world that two of his books are set to be used in the Rwandan education system. The two books are his latest book Den of Inequities (our review) and his story on legendary Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai.
Elated at the news that ‘Den of Inequities’ and ‘Wangari Maathai’ have been approved for schools in Rwanda pic.twitter.com/JUGO59YnaM
— Kinyanjui Kombani (@KKombani) March 9, 2016
It means that a) his royalties will go through the roof hopefully and b) Rwandans get to be excited as we were about Inequities when we all encountered it. Enjoy my Rwanda people.