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June 11, 2011

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Way to go Wesley!! Great interview!

A good read! The reading culture in Kenya is slowly catching on. The pace may be wanting at times but it is truly relentless in its progress.

Need I say go go Wesley? Enuff said.. great stuff!

:D Wow! Motivating. We really need to get our country out the gutter and I strongly agree books are the only way out. I love what you do and I would like to be a part of your (&Storymoja) initiative once I'm fully set up. We can achieve spread the word through what we do best: Communication. Great interview! Great girl! Great perspective mind!

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