Set books that taught Gen Z's the extent of corruption by leaders

Piece by: GARVIN PATRICK
Entertainment

• These books have created a sense of confidence as they had ways of how to counter the corrupt leaders most constitutionally

Set book

The 8-4-4 system of education has taught many students a lot concerning history and government even in the set books used for literature.

These books have created a sense of confidence as they had ways of how to counter the corrupt leaders most constitutionally.

Some of the books that helped reshape the mindset of  the Gen Z's are as follows:

Kigogo

The set book which was in Swahili language emphasized how the leaders manipulate their followers for their benefit.

The trend continues until one man starts a revolution and organizes a protest that will see the current government ousted but it does not come easily, it had deaths, injuries, and movement,

The Caucasian Chalk Circle

The set book has a powerful and thought-provoking exploration of human values in times of crisis.

Its enduring themes continue to resonate with audiences worldwide, prompting reflection on social responsibility, the meaning of family, and the complexities of justice.

Damu Nyeusi

The book alludes to social injustices, political struggles, or the harsh realities of life in Kenya.

It could delve into themes of human darkness, hidden desires, or the complexities of the human experience.

Tumbo Lisiloshiba

 The book holds cultural significance in Kenya, passed down through generations to convey moral lessons and social commentary.

It has been used as a teaching tool to discuss ethical values and responsible behavior.

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