The Kru
The Kru: A Short Biography
Author: K-Moses Nagbe , Morris T. Koffa Sr.
Publish: 2017
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1975697747
Pages: 220
Description:

Liberia comprises of sixteen major indigenous ethnic groups, one of which is the Kru. Although much has been said about these people by external narrators, two of their many sons and daughters now tell the story from within, asserting that no one can better tell a people's story than the people themselves.

Read THE KRU: A SHORT BIOGRAPHY, and be touched.

Author Details:

K-MOSES NAGBE enjoys a wealth of interdisciplinary studies, including Literature, Law, Education, Business Studies, Health Literacy, and Art. He studied in Africa and the United States of America. In Africa, he studied at the Sasstown Government School, the Sinoe High School, the Modern Commercial Institute, the University of Liberia, and one of its professional schools, the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law. In America, Dr. Nagbe studied at the Glassboro (now Rowan) State University and Northcentral University. He holds a BA, an MA, an LLB, and a Ph.D. A Humanities scholar, Dr. Nagbe has taught for nearly 40 years. At the grade school level, in Liberia, West Africa, Dr. Nagbe taught at the Samford Dennis High School, Monrovia College, and College of West Africa. At the tertiary level, he taught at the University of Liberia, and the Don Bosco (now Stella Maris) Polytechnic. In the United States of America, he further taught at Montgomery College. Dr. Nagbe currently teaches at the Prince George’s Community College, also in America. He is past president of the University of Liberia Faculty Association (ULFA) and past president of the Liberia Association of Writers (Law). In the Liberian government, Dr. Nagbe served as deputy minister for administration at the Ministry of Information, and legal counsel and deputy minister for legal affairs at the Ministry of Transport. Dr. Nagbe has written considerably. His list includes at least 25 books, among which are Nuggets of the African Novel (With Notes on the Liberian Literary Heritage).