About Shilaho

Born in 1979 in Western Kenya, Shilaho Wa Muteshi is a published author, a biochemist and public health consultant based in the city of Nairobi. He has more than fifteen years experience in teaching public health, disease epidemiology, chemistry, Biochemistry, Maternal Child Health and Family Planning, HIV and Aids and many others at college and university level. He has also managed various academic institutions in Kenya and also runs Smartpen Publishers. The author has published two major novels, The Aids Ward, and Remains of Dead Hope. The Aids Ward is based on Dr. Mlachi who must beat a supernatural deadline by finding a cure for Aids before his brother dies. Remains of Dead Hope, depicts the fight of a people against tyranny. The two books are available worldwide via amazon.com, Google’s goodreads.com and other major booksellers and stockists. Several other novels are in progress and have already been serialized on his official Facebook page. They include: 

  • The Black Man’s Testament
  • The Fourth Reich
  • The Adventures of Pope Christine
  • The Temptation of Mary Magdalene
  • The Seed Merchants
  • The Lost Will
  • Sweet and Sour Dreams
  • The Resurrection of Dedan
  • Waiting for Death