When the reign of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, one of the most iconic African leaders, came to an end in 2017 after nearly 40 years, many did not believe it. Even more unbelievable was his death two years later at the age of 95. Was he are hero or a villain?
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Edwin Okong’o is not your typical, stereotypical African. He is a storyteller by any medium necessary™. Okong'o is an award-winning journalist, humorist, satirist and memoirist. He received his master’s degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied radio, newspaper, magazine, and online multimedia storytelling and editing. Okong’o’s journalistic work, provocative commentaries, and stand-up comedy performances have appeared in numerous media across the world. He is the winner of several honors, including a Webby Award for his short documentary, "Kenya: Sweet Home, Obama", which he made for the PBS program, Frontline. View all posts by Edwin Okong'o