Ngugi wa Mirii (1951 – 3 May 2008) was a Kenyan-Zimbabwean playwright, social worked, and teacher most renown for his play, Ngaahika Ndeenda (I Will Marry When I Want), which he co-authored with fellow Gikuyu writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o. The play depicts the injustices and excesses of post-colonial Kenya, and was staged by non-intellectuals in an open-air theatre at the Kamirithu Educational and Cultural Center in Limuru.

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  • Ngugi wa Mirii (1951 – 3 May 2008) was a Kenyan-Zimbabwean playwright, social worked, and teacher most renown for his play, Ngaahika Ndeenda (I Will Marry When I Want), which he co-authored with fellow Gikuyu writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o. The play depicts the injustices and excesses of post-colonial Kenya, and was staged by non-intellectuals in an open-air theatre at the Kamirithu Educational and Cultural Center in Limuru. (en)
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  • Ngugi wa Mirii (1951 – 3 May 2008) was a Kenyan-Zimbabwean playwright, social worked, and teacher most renown for his play, Ngaahika Ndeenda (I Will Marry When I Want), which he co-authored with fellow Gikuyu writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o. The play depicts the injustices and excesses of post-colonial Kenya, and was staged by non-intellectuals in an open-air theatre at the Kamirithu Educational and Cultural Center in Limuru. (en)
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