Africa’s Talking on World’s Poetry Day

Mar 21, 2022, 3:30 – 6:30 PM

We request the honor of your presence at the World Poetry Day Release of "A Son of the Nile,” featuring Teddy Warria’s “I Am From” poem.


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About this event

We request the honor of your presence at the World Poetry Day Release of "A Son of the Nile,” featuring Teddy Warria’s “I Am From” poem.

“A Son of the Nile,” is a nonfiction narrative genre that is part poem, part autobiography, and part workbook that amplifies the golden thread of human connectedness in the spirit of Ubuntu - “I am because we are.”

The rich tapestry of our African life histories and stories is the ultimate determinant of our leadership and self-discovery journey, the people we become, and the lives we impact positively. You can gift the book to your mentees and alma mater at

Join us for a cocktail of conversations themed, “Africa’s Talking on World’s Poetry Day.”

Monday, March 21st, 2022, at Africa’s Talking HQ, 23 Apple Cross, Lavington, Nairobi.

The Gate will open from 4.00 PM East African Time (EAT).

The launch party will commence at 6.30 pm and end at 9.30 pm East African Time (EAT).

Subscribe on to create your own ‘I Am From’ story and R.S.V.P by 20th March to be part of the conversation.


  • Teddy Warria

    Africas Talking

    African Entrepreneur

Featured Attendees

  • Michael Kimathi

    AT and Elarian

    Developer Relations Elarian

  • Graham Muhanga

    Africa's Talking

    SVP Marketing

  • Ati Sanna

    Atisanna Music and Sounds


  • Felix Kariuki

    Programme for Capacity Development in Africa

    Programmes Director

  • Anne Gitau

    Kune Food

    Business Intelligence Analyst

  • Kabi Kevin


    UX Researcher

  • Patrick Chimezie

    Zen Apartment




Monday, March 21, 2022
3:30 PM – 6:30 PM UTC


Welcome Note
Kennedy School, Kitengela
Koth Biro, Ayub Ogada by Atisanna
AT CEO Address
Special Guests
‘I Am From’ Poem
Guests Can Leave at their Leisure


  • Teddy Warria

    Africas Talking

    African Entrepreneur


  • Bennett Benedict

    University of Dar Es Salaam

    Tanzania, Community Lead,

  • Veronica Michael

    Community Lead, Tanzania

  • Josphat Mwangi

    Kenya Community Lead

  • Sheriffo Jarju

    Community Lead Gambia

  • Isophel Natwijuka

    Community Lead, Uganda

  • Sanusi Abdulkadir

    Nigeria Kaduna Community Lead

  • Josh Venceslas

    Altech Group

    Co-Lead: Rwanda Community

  • David Okwii


    Africa's Talking Community UG Co-Lead

  • Cynthia Moraa

    WIT Kenya Co-Lead

  • Alexander Ikeh

    Community Co-Lead Abuja

  • Aaron Ujah

    Community Co-Lead Abuja

  • Roland Ganafa

    Africa'sTalking Uganda

    Co-Lead Uganda Community

  • Stanislaus Sakwiya

    MlimiPay Limited

    Community Lead, Malawi