DW Features Ntailan Lolkoki and Her Book
DW published an exclusive article about our enthusiastic author of The Kingdom of Watetu and Songaland, Ntailan Lolkoki. The article explored her childhood experience of female genital mutilation. The article quoted several sayings of the author as she spoke about the struggle to make people aware of the eradication of FGM.
You can read the full article here.
The Kingdom of Watetu and Songaland is the story of Mpeki, the Princess of the Watetu tribe. She strongly opposes female genital mutilation. The neighbour tribe admires sexuality, but the Prince of this tribe helps the Princess of the Watetu resist against FGM. After several sacrifices, the clash between two rival kingdoms ends with the matrimony of the Prince of Songaland and the Princess of Watetu. Click here to get your copy.
Ntailan Lolkoki lives in Berlin with her husband. She has gone through the experience of female genital mutilation, which made her actively speak against this practice. She is now an activist who works hard to educate people about the nearly horrific practive of FGM.