Behind Those Eyes by Prince Ssemuggalwa Kimera Nelson is a book with many stories to tell. Being a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Distinction by the US Congress, Prince Ssemuggalwa Kimera Nelson is also the founder of Life in Jesus International Foundation (LIJIF), that is committed to providing education and services to at-risk populations and marginalized individuals in Africa. With his book, the author enlightens the readers with his own journey from being an ambitious, hard-working and young boy growing up in Africa to travelling places, switching jobs, making his mark in a music career and finally submitting to the call of looking after his own people. Dealing with the absence of his real mother to growing up with stepmothers, Nelson has had conflicting relationships with many, though he also found comfort in different women that have played a significant role in his life in myriad forms. The book offers an insight about African culture and daily life, at the same time aligns it with Nelson's continuous struggle to accept traditional norms and pursue his ambitions despite obstacles.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-243-7
Pages : 397
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Prince Ssemuggalwa Kimera Nelson (formerly known as Nelson Yiga) is a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Distinction by the US Congress. He was included in the George H. W. Bush Leadership Honor Roll for George H. W. Bush Presidential Library. Founder of Life in Jesus International Foundation (LIJIF), a USA based NGO operating in Africa to provide services and education to at-risk populations and marginalized individuals. Founded LIJIF International American University that collapsed. He later teamed up with other investors including Hannah K. B. to start King Daudi Cwa II International American University, a health science focused institution, that trains vulnerable young women and men in health studies. He has two daughters and five sons in previous relationships and a grandson. Behind Those Eyes - There Are Lots of Stories to Tell is his first book.