Contributors

Shiro wa Thumi

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Samuel Phillips

Samuel Phillips

A passionate photographer who is inspired by the Unseen to capture the seen.
A singer/songwriter and gospel music minister; a bruised reed I will not break, and a smoking flax I will not quench. A Messenger of Hope, The Hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast in God.

Samuel and Chioma Phillips

Samuel and Chioma Phillips

Rutendo Matinyarare

Rutendo Matinyarare

Rutendo Bereza Matinyarare was born in Zimbabwe but he lives in South Africa.
He studied marketing and project management, but now works as a full time Afrikan social engineer. His life's creed is captured in his words:
"As a man I seek to die having fulfilled my destiny to humanity,
not having consumed much.”

Ronald Elly Wanda

Ronald Elly Wanda

He is a transdisciplinary scholar interested in restorative cultural practices as well as the role indigenous knowledge systems play in the administration of justice in Africa. Educated at Stanmore, he read Politics at Middlesex for his undergraduate degree and Human Rights for his postgraduate at Bickbeck College.
He holds two further postgraduate degrees in Ethics and in Public Administration from Nairobi.
Wanda is very interested in how knowledge is generated and applied in relation to community development. His current research interests cover: Restorative democracy in Eastern Africa; Afrikology; Community Sites of Knowledge and Indigenous knowledge systems; Epistemology, Ethics and Culture.
gahokenya@gmail.com

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Robert Mwangi

Robert Mwangi is the Author of the book DOLLAR ALTAR. He is a Clinician with Bachelor of Science in Nursing and also holds an MBA in Finance.

Omooba Deji Irawo

Omooba Deji Irawo

Deji is a Multi-channel media executive with almost 3 decades
experience in the TV broadcast industry, he is also a male resource person with focus on emotional male dysfunction. He is involved in male advocacy in collaboration with various men networks in Nigeria. Deji writes from Lagos, Nigeria.

Olisaeloka P. Okocha Jr

Olisaeloka P. Okocha Jr

Olisaeloka PJ Okocha is a life-long learner and entrepreneur, and committed to Pan-African unity and building a self-sufficient continent through agricultural innovation.
A window into his mind can be found on his twitter handle @PJOkocha

Nicholas Munyororo

Nicholas Munyororo

Organic Farmer/ Green Energy Expert

A father, a husband and a son of God. He runs Viro Mental Ltd, a renewable energy and organic farming business. He ran a Solar and power solutions business for the last 12 years. In 2013 He answered God’s call to be a farmer and embarked on a learning process that has led to him seeking to be a qualified trainer in Farming Gods Way.

PASSION FOR THE ART
I love farming and green energy I am passionate about doing it in God’s way.

Msingi Afrika Team

Msingi Afrika Team

Passionate about getting God's message concerning Afrika and the end times to the world, in order to heal, restore and rebirth Afrika to her true purpose and destiny in God.

Mfuniselwa Bhengu

Mfuniselwa Bhengu

Dr. Bhengu is an Independent Researcher on Afrikan philosophy, Afrikology and Egyptology. He is an established and experienced author, self-publisher and managing director of Phindela Publishing Group & Editor-in-Chief of INQABA Journal, a quarterly publication that specializes on Afrikology.
He describes himself as an Afrikan of Nguni (Zulu) extraction, but then a global citizen. Black, but being in total fusion with the world, in sympathetic affinity with the Earth... “I am black not because of a curse, but because my skin has been able to capture all cosmic eluvia. I am truly a drop of the sun under the earth.” He says.

Maagu Karuri

Maagu Karuri

Maagu Karuri is a software developer with a passion for Afrika. He considers himself a student of Afrikan culture, firmly believing that true emancipation only comes when one practices their own culture. He is constantly researching different aspects of day-to-day in order to obtain a holistic Afrikan mind.

Lorraine Onduru

Lorraine Onduru

Lorraine is a Kenyan creative writer living and working in Nairobi. She is passionate about giving an accurate context to her environment, through fiction, poetry or fact.

Kyesubire Greigg

Kyesubire Greigg

A Kenyan visual scribe, storyteller using words and images to connect all aspects of life. She powers from faith to food, health, nature in ways that encourage viewers and readers to find balance in life through its connectivity.

PASSION FOR THE ART
Passionate about telling HIStory of hope, love and family.

Isabella Baird

Isabella Baird

Esther Mbugua-Kimemia

Esther Mbugua-Kimemia

Author, menstrual health and endometriosis ambassador, conversation-starter, trainer, wife and mom.

Dr. Jack Githae

Dr. Jack Githae

Do. Jack Githae is a professional FAO and UNDP trained and accredited agricultural researcher, practitioner and consultant and a WHO accredited African Traditional medicine researcher, practitioner and consultant.

David Jones

David Jones

David M. Jones is a counselor and lecturer at Africa Nazarene University, Nairobi, Kenya.

Chioma Phillips

Chioma Phillips

Chioma Phillips is the Editor of Msingi Afrika Magazine. She is also the founder of the magazine's publisher, The Knowledge Consultancy Limited, which shares information, tools and insights to provoke thought and inspire movement... towards God.
Her perspective goes beyond national boundaries to see the full scope of what God is saying and doing for the continent of Africa and the world in these end times.

Bankelele

Bankelele

The author is a financial writer, and former finance manager and banker. He is also a long-term blogger on banking and finance and a two-time winner of Kenya’s best business blog. He has engaged with several brands to drive the uptake of their financial and investment products in Kenya. He's passionate about capital markets, farming, aviation, and contributes to initiatives that promote African investments, oversight, travel and road safety in Kenya.

Anselm Adodo

Anselm Adodo

Fr. Anselm Adodo is a catholic priest and director of one of Africa’s largest
phytomedicine company, called paxherbals, and Director of Pax Centre for
Integral Research and Development. His most recent books include ‘The
Idea of the Communiversity’ (Beacon academic, 2019), and ‘Healing Plants
of Nigeria’ (Routledge, 2020). Anselm is a visiting lecturer at Nigeria’s
premier University of Ibadan, Nigeria, a Fellow of the Nigeria society of
Botanists and an adjunct research fellow of Nigeria Institute of medical
Research.

Ajayikehinde Belteshazaar Ametu

Ajayikehinde Belteshazaar Ametu

He is the Creative Services Director at Prime Specs Wordshop and Chief Editor at El-Berachah Media Channel. He writes from Lagos, Nigeria.