Dash before Dusk: A slave descendant's journey in freedom is an account of the life and times of Joe Khamisi, a Kenyan slave descendant whose ancestors were taken captive by Arab traders from Nyasaland and Tanganyika, rescued at sea by the British, and settled at Rabai, a slave encampment along the East African coast.
In this provocative treatise, author Joe Khamisi catalogues the events that took place during one of Kenya's most important periods in history. This period began in 2002, when Daniel Arap Moi stepped down after twenty-four years as president of Kenya.
Looters and Grabbers: 54 Years of Corruption and Plunder by the Elite, 1963-2017
The author’s latest book, Looters and Grabbers: 54 Years of Corruption and Plunder by the Elite, 1963-2017, is a literary bombshell bound to rattle the ruling establishment as well as the vicious criminal cartels now milking Kenya’s economy dry.
The Politics of Betrayal: Diary of a Kenyan Legislator. This book not only describes the politics in Kenya but it is also a great piece of Kenyan history. It is also easy reading material.
The book provides very interesting background material for understanding the Kenyan political situation over the past decade and the very difficult nature of Kenyan politics given the high levels of ambition but low levels of principles embraced by those seeking power.
The politics of betrayal is critical reading for anyone who is interested in the transformation of Kenya from a one-party dictator-ship to a pluralistic nation.