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I’ll Fix It Myself   

Ngene is raised by his father and grandmother in a hostile environment. He lost his mother during his early childhood. He attempts to flee from home with his younger brother Kilo, in vain. He completes his primary school education and migrates to the city of Nairobi. He begins to work as a houseboy, rises in ranks to the level of registering his own company. He continues to pursue his education to the level of attaining a PhD. Years later, he unknowingly employs his own sister and an extraordinary circumstance reunites the entire family. Will he withstand the appearance of his supposedly dead or long lost mother?

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Reviews

  1. 9 months ago

    John Muriuki

    Good job

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  2. 10 months ago

    David W. Mutisya

    Thank you all for your encouraging comments. May God Bless you all.

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  3. 11 months ago

    NZISA MUSILA

    Great work keep it up

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  4. 11 months ago

    Rose Mbithi

    Good work brother

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  5. 11 months ago

    Rose Mbithi

    Very educative relating to our day today life.. Good work sir

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  6. 11 months ago

    Naomi tanui

    Congratulations

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  7. 11 months ago

    Timothy Vikiru

    Nice read, informative and inspiring

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  8. 11 months ago

    Gideon Etole

    Good work

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  9. 11 months ago

    Daniel mutua

    Nice book

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  10. 11 months ago

    William

    Nice book, congrats David.

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  11. 11 months ago

    Mary

    Amazing book….. congratulations 🙏🙏

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  12. 11 months ago

    Norah minoo

    Wonderful book

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    1. 11 months ago

      Norah minoo

      Wonderful book I vote for you dad

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      1. 11 months ago

        Norah minoo

        Congratulations I vote for mutisya

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  13. 11 months ago

    Mercy khaemba

    Congratulations sir,I loved the book

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  14. 11 months ago

    Josephine wairimu mwangi

    Awesome book

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  15. 11 months ago

    WILLIS JULAH

    A very good reading, asking all to have their copy and read too

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  16. 11 months ago

    June

    Great book

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  17. 11 months ago

    ZIPPORAH TOM

    Avery nice book, congratulations David

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  18. 11 months ago

    Faith Karembo Amuzie

    Amaizing

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  19. 11 months ago

    Leah Nanjero

    Good work very informative

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  20. 11 months ago

    Nancy maina

    I nominate Divid

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  21. 11 months ago

    Wilson Osoro

    Reviewed the book and found it a great piece of work. Congratulations

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  22. 11 months ago

    Simon ngugi

    great job

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  23. 11 months ago

    Esther Mutheu

    Quite inspiring indeed, vote for you sir.

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  24. 11 months ago

    Esther mutheu

    Quite inspiring indeed, keep up the good work, I vote for you sir.

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  25. 11 months ago

    Pastor Felix.

    This is Greatness discharged to Men

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  26. 11 months ago

    Rebecca Kimani

    Excellent work.

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  27. 11 months ago

    Shadrack wabule

    I vote for David.

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  28. 11 months ago

    Veronicah Wangui

    A really great read !

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  29. 11 months ago

    Faith Kimatu

    Congratulations on this great achievement.

    Reply

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