By Allan Saba
Born and raised from Mengo Kisenyi, Byayesu Agrippa Musingunzi, a student at Makerere University, a teacher trainee Literature and English also pursuing a diploma in law at Law Development Centre Kampala Branch have launched his poetry book, ” At the crossroads “.
It’s a self motivation book and he dedicates it to the world to keep watching out on his moves as here to prove them that a ghetto born can wash his hands and sit with the people of a calibre to eat with them, from grass to grace.
During the launch of the book, he said that “I have always been reading poems, and I wanted to have a book with my name on it, so I feel I motivated myself to have this book, a ghetto born now has a book with his name on it’s cover and I can move to radios and televisions and even feature in newspapers, who knew this would be on a lowly man from slums” he said
He encourages up coming writers to read extensively and also channel their writing to helping the people facing challenges because people need help especially in slums.
The book available on Amazon and Goodreads, but it’s accessible in Ugandan book shops especially around Kampala