In loving memory of Kabu Okai-Davies a beautiful soul, a writer, poet, actor, playwright, politician. An amazing man who brought love and understanding to all he met. A wonderful spirit who was loved by so many. You will be greatly missed. Your words of wisdom, your wonderful books, and the wonderful word wonderful, it will echo forever in our hearts. It’s with great sadness to say Kabu passed away on the 17th of February 2017 surrounded by loved ones. Rest in peace.
Kabu Okai-Davies is a talented artist who has devoted himself to opening up the world of Africa to the outsider. In particular, an Africa that is not well known to the West; Curfew’s Children is a memoir of his Ghanaian childhood and the various influences that make him the individual he is today – Fijian-Australian author and scholar, Dr Kavita Nadan
Kabu Okai Davies
Evidence Of Nostalgia
recipient of the prestigious Alunmi award Canberra University
Conversations with Kabu
Thursday April 21
5.45 for 6.00pm
Telephone 6295 6723 or
Fresh from the Beijing Bookworm Literary Festival
Master craft storytelling
Storytelling brought to life by the charismatic author
Thoughtful insight into a transitional world
Curfew’s Children is a timely
story about modern Ghana’s
struggle for independence,
its quest for national
freedom, the intervention
of military coups and the
troubling rise, of authoritarianism.
John Clanchy, author of Six and Vincenzo’s Garden.