In this, the third collection of African Absurdities, Hama Tuma writes with his usual irreverence and satire on the foibles of tyrants and the sad realities of the world. Nothing is off limits Hama writes of Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan, of a German cannibal, Aristide of Haiti and the new Back to Africa Movement, of Darfur and the Janjaweeds, of actor politicians, baby snatchers and self declared saviors of Africa, of absurd Somalistan and a Swazi king, of a Fijian coup maker and necessity measures, of philosophers of the unknown and of Bush and Osama, of Czars and lean beggars. Hama Tuma has also included articles specific to Ethiopia and another section to cast a light on his views on the role of the Africa writer. And yes, Hama Tuma is once again wailing about dogs and pets with designer sweaters, first class hospitals and hotels.
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