He Packed his Clothes in a Paper Bag… and Never Returned

He had given his allBookCoverImage-Paradigm Shift to the love of his life. He never once forgot her birthday nor their wed’n anniversary. He was never reminded to spice up Valentine’s Day. Through sheer hard work and inordinate determination, he settled his bride in upmarket and spoilt her with a not-so-common car. He went beyond anything written in marital books to create a blissful haven for his precious gift. In his wildest imaginations, he never thought any man could ever infiltrate through the huge emotional hedge he had put around her. But, yes, after all his human efforts, the inevitable happened…


He ignored the maths behind colossal financial loses and untold efforts going down into the drains. He couldn’t come to terms with the life shock. Yes, broken and betrayed, in haste, he packed his clothes in a paper bag… and never returned….He’s in dire need of healing.

Dr. ngangaFor the continuation of this narration and in perhaps one of the most thrilling and educative sessions in the history of marriage seminars, join  Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga this Saturday the 20th September 2014 as he provocatively engages the life audience at the Story Moja Hay Festival on this momentous theme, Rocking your Marriage, from 11am to 12.30pm.

For the great parents of Kenya, Dr. Kinyanjui will sensationally speak on Paradigm Shift in Parenting from 9am to 10.30 am the same morning and copies of his latest release on Paradigm Shift in Parenting will be available at KES 500 in the occasion.

In this international event at the Kenya Museum, you will also have the opportunity to interact with renowned celebrities like the Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka; Jeff Koinange; Eric Wainanina; Wallace Garland, a coach and youth mentor; Nancy J Della, a German Author & Educator; Michela Wrong, the author of It’s Our Turn To Eat; Shariffa Keshavjee; Dr. Steve Ouma; Ken Walibora; Professor Karega-Munene; South African poet – Vuyelwa Maluleke; Ugandan Writer and Poet – Beatrice Lamwaka; and Dr. Lotte Hughes, the historian based at The Open University, UK among others.

For more details, feel free to browse through http://storymojafestival.com/speaker-lineup/dr-kinyanjui-nganga/  and inform your social networks or/and contact the event coordinator: lucie@storymojaafrica.co.ke

Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga, PhD
Corporate Trainer, Author and Motivational Speaker







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