19 May 2000
The Nigerian activist Ken Saro-Wiwa used an English education to try to mould his son in his own image. But how do you live as the child of a martyr? Ken Wiwa recounts a story of reconciliation
I would love to know what was on my father's mind when he decided to name me after him. Whatever the reason, that decision defined me in a way that my father might never have suspected when he decided to name his first son Kenule Bornale Saro-Wiwa.