Ask Mwangi a Question and I Will Answer


For the next few days I thought I would try something a little different.

What’s that Mwangi?

You can ask me any questions whatsoever and I will attempt to answer. At the moment I won’t put any rules or restrictions on what you can ask and I’ll see how we go with that.

This is a Multimedia Site

When writing the question, make sure you specify whether you want your answer in:

a) Writing

b) Audio

c) Video

How to Ask the Question

Leave a comment below or email me at masmilele(at)thedisplacedafrican(dot)com with your questions and I will answer them as best as I can.

What to Do with the Rest of the Day/Night

Have a phenomenal day or night,



  • By Thomas Johnson, August 7, 2008 @ 9:39 am

    @ Mwangi

    Here’s a question – In your opinion, what is the best thing we can do to help prevent poverty in the world?

    I know it’s a complex issue but I’m keen to hear your thoughts on the matter. I might put your answer on my website if thats ok.

  • By Nakeel, August 7, 2008 @ 5:41 pm

    Long time but yes am here.
    1. Does Mwangi like Children or do children like Mwangi?
    2. Whats the best thing that you have ever done in your life.
    3. Given an opportunity to share a meal in your house with five guests who will they be?

  • By Nakeel, August 7, 2008 @ 5:47 pm

    Answers will be appreciated in written form.

  • By kelly, August 7, 2008 @ 6:21 pm

    Written answers please.

    When do you plan to come back to kenya?
    What will you come back to do, like specifically?

    On a personal note;

    You seem to like marriage a lot, at what age do you envision you will be married?

    On relationships;
    When you say men don’t feel love like women do, what exactly do you mean? What would make a man stay in a relationship that’s no good for him, when it’s so easy for guys to walk away?

  • By Mo, August 8, 2008 @ 2:02 am

    Video form.

    What is an incubus and how exactly does the state of Woody Allen’s over-easy omelet threaten world peace as far as the Solomon Islands and Elephant Seals are concerned?

  • By rags, August 8, 2008 @ 2:50 am

    Very cool mwangi! I like the idea. At the moment sina swali but I just wanted to sema that I cannot wait to see what answers you will have. Is there a way you could turn your answers into a podcast? I jua that it is a selfish swali (I find listening more convenient), but I think that podcasting the answers would also be koolo for posterity.

  • By Leeban, August 8, 2008 @ 1:20 pm

    Been meaning to ask u these for awhile now but never got around to it.

    How can a Canadian undergrad, transfer to a decent school in oz for cheap?

  • By Tony, August 8, 2008 @ 9:50 pm

    Whao, a golden opportunity. Since there is no limitation yet, I will ask three questions. I want all my answers in written form.

    1. Which is your favorite website?
    2. Which is your favorite movie?
    3. Where are you going to spend eternity?

  • By Sariat, September 24, 2008 @ 2:36 pm

    Hey, could you answer in video

    1. what made you believe in God?

    2. Do you believe that in order to be a believer of God, you have to believe in a specific God, and why ?

    3. How has your life changed because of your belief in God?

  • By Mwangi, September 26, 2008 @ 12:55 am

    @Sariat: Hey, I saw your question and I filmed a video response last night. Due to circumstances I don’t want to bore you with, I can’t upload the video until past the 3rd of next month.

    Could I please ask you the odd favour of reminding me to upload the video past the 3rd lest I forget?

    Thanks for coming to the site and leaving some comments and joining the discussion, I really appreciate that.

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