EXCLUSIVE: Interview with the 2011 winner of the African Playwright Project Oduor Jagero KOA by Gloria Mwaniga Minage

Literary Chronicles

Written by Gloria Mwaniga Minage Odari 

ODUOR Jagero, famously known as KOA is a young Kenyan man who recently scooped the 2011 playwright of the year award in the African Playwright Project organized  by Royal National Theatre Studio in London; Teatr Nowy, Poland; Artscape, South Africa; and Arterial Network, South Africa.. His Musical Play ‘Makmende Vies for President’  emerged as the best play from over 300 scripts submitted from across Africa  ,Gloria Mwaniga ,a freelance writer caught up with the young, enthusiastic photographer and writer just after he got back from his 10 day tour of  the Royal National Theatre in London for this exclusive one on one interview.

 

Above: Oduor Jagero-Koa(Right) with Sebastian Born, Associate Director (Literary), Royal National Theater in London

‘Drop from the race. Cite anything, we trust your judgment. Then we can…we can have you head Finance Ministry, post your fiancé’s sisters and…

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