By David Ngaruri Kenney
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I told them that I could not associate with more than three Kenyans at the same time, but the court’s conditions didn’t say anything about being with Americans. I explained that what the government really wanted was to prevent me from speaking at any political gatherings. Then Phil revealed that the police chief in Kerugoya had told him about the troublemaker who had led the boycott and had warned him to stay away from that fellow. The warning had intrigued him and made him want to meet me. 50 / Basketball We didn’t see the elephants that day, because they had wandered to the other side of a valley.
Jay and Kathy Sugnet Soon she introduced me to her husband, Jay, a tall man with rimless glasses who had been assigned to work as an agroforester with the Ministry of Environment. During our ﬁrst conversation, Jay mentioned that both he and Kathy had gone to the University of Colorado. I described how Grant had encouraged me to learn basketball and go to America on an athletic scholarship. Jay had once worked for Joyce Aschenbrenner, one of Colorado’s assistant athletic directors. Through her, he had met Ricardo Patton, the assistant basketball coach.
But most of the time, I was alone with the children. I became, in effect, their father; and I often went hungry so that they could eat. Despite our usually good spirits, living without shelter was unpleasant. Sometimes I went without food for six or seven days, and on winter nights we had to cope with the wet, chill climate. By 1988, I could no longer tolerate homelessness. I met with one of the elders who had served on the council with my father to ask him whether the council could do something to allow us to go back to our farm.
Asylum Denied: A Refugee's Struggle for Safety in America by David Ngaruri Kenney