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Munashe O'brian Gutu

Munashe O'brian Gutu

I am a final year law student at the University of Zimbabwe. Very passionate about Africa and its people. A devoted human rights activist and former student activist. I enjoy Afro-centric reads and draw inspiration from Ngugi wa Thiongo, Chinua Achebe and Charles Mungoshi. I am an African youth, hopeful about Africa and its potential for this and other generations to come. I express my opinion through ink and paper and I write from time to time. A published author of ;The Pandemic and other poems (poetry anthology) and a seasonal blogger since 2017. I blog about the law and human rights on the link https://obrianmunashegutu.wixsite.com/lawwithmogutucozw

Recent Articles

Where are we Now? Democracy and polity in Sudan amid protests

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Ethiopia is the cradle of African diplomacy.

Oct 6th
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