Author Gabriel Oguda

Development Anthropologist. Health Promotion Practitioner. Grassroots Football Advocate. Researcher. (Non-Fiction) Reader. Herdsman Emeritus.

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The Hill Born

I am told my late grandmother held me up to the sky and spat on my forehead at birth; she said my death would never come from the hand of man, and that I was too blessed to be cursed. In the hierarchy of birth, considering all my father’s children, I was tenth in the pecking order. So I started this race of life at 10th place.