What I Saw When I Died by Jimmy Spire Sentongo

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What I Saw When I Died' is a collection of satirical pieces critiquing Ugandan social and political life. The book makes laughing material out of some of the absurd, weird, painful, shocking, stupid, strange, and ridiculous everyday events and conventions. Taking philosophical licence, the author asks unlimited questions, pushing boundaries of rightness, convention, political correctness and sanity. The aim is not just to make humour, but to send the reader into reflection on what we otherwise take for granted, to speak to power under covers of laughter, and to inspire more speech and questioning.

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