By Nyanyiyen'u Alfred Chipawa
Lunson’wa is a distant outpost in a rural part of Zambia. it's also the place Nyanyiyen’u Alfred Chipawa was once born.
Chipawa knew from an early age that he desired to turn into an informed, revered expert, however the nearest college used to be twenty kilometers away. Over the subsequent decade, he walked greater than 4 thousand kilometers within the sizzling warmth to satisfy his dream.
This wasn’t the one problem Chipawa confronted in a altering Zambia. within the early Nineteen Seventies, he was once accredited on the college of Zambia, merely to be compelled out while the govt. closed the full collage 4 months later. Chipawa must make a decision which street to take. should still he surrender, or should still he proceed his “hard and ambitious walk”?
Chipawa’s ebook will motivate readers contemplating their very own tricky judgements. His memoir not just highlights his internal energy but in addition chronicles the transforming into pains of an impoverished, suffering nation. He presents a useful examine the Mushala rebellion, which Chipawa believes has been unfairly forgotten. A demanding and impressive Walk isn’t simply Chipawa’s stirring tale; it's also a relocating and strong account of the becoming pains of his relatives, his neighborhood, and his country.
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