The Best Of Whispers, Politics, Family and Society
“With the exception of God and disability, Wahome Mutahi could laugh at anything in life, he laughed at the Government, and he laughed at his family- but he laughed at himself the hardest…His writing was like onions whose layers one could keep peeling for tears and laughter. There were those who would read it for the humour on the surface and those who would peel the first layer and weep a little that their consciences was becoming calloused. St the core, there was a deep understanding of the culture and life of the people Whispers wrote for and about.” – Kwamchetsi Makokha, Daily Nation, July 23, 2003
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