Letters to Editors

Great piece and a must read. Thanks AwaaZ Magazine for this well laid out Commemorative Edition. Somewhere along the line, there should be a Video Documentary of the same with short clips, not more than 5 mins, with a sprinkle of Sheng here and sheng there. Otherwise a great edition, and a rejuvenating Year-Ender! Paddy Onyango
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Wow! Thanks. Have just logged in to see the formidable content and am about to read the first piece by my old fellow lawyer John Khaminwa – good to know he is still around. Anyway, best wishes to you both for a restful Covid-free Xmas & New Year holiday and hope 2021 will turn out better for all of us. Ramnik Shah 
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What a volatile issue at the first glance from the pictures! Thank you for making Kenya’s struggles accessible to the public. Sultan Somjee
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This is a juxtaposition of powerful stories and powerful storytellers. George Kegoro  —————————-

Comrades Zahid and Zarina:

What a splendid issue of Awaaz, keeping an important part of the history of Kenya alive through a multiplicity of observer and first hand voices, and vibrant images. It also shows a major difference between Tanzania and Kenya politics; you have a strong and persistent tradition
of standing up to injustice and dictatorship that continues to resonate to this day.

Congratulations for your dedicated efforts and we look forward to another successful year for the one and only Awaaz.

Karim and Farida Hirji
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