Footprints of the Outsider

This is the story of the life of Abudu Olwit, and of Teboke, the village where he is born and raised. In Teboke, two Indians build a cotton ginnery, and recruit workers from Sudan and the Congo to operate the ginnery, employing a white boss to discipline the immigrants. Abudu returns to the village and all its problems, resolving to engage in politics. But he discovers that politics in inseparable from violence.

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Julius Ocwinyo



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