Devil on the Cross - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Ngugi wa Thiong'o
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When Warĩĩnga and Gatuĩria arrive at the cave, Mwaũra intercepts them and tells them to run away. He says that when he, Mũturi and Wangarĩ went for lunch, they argued over who was worse: a thief or a witch. Mũturi believes that a thief is worse than a witch, while Wangarĩ argues that they are one and the same. After lunch, Wangarĩ insists on going to the Ilmorog police station to report the thieves and robbers; Mũturi offers to help. Mwaũra refuses to commit any action that might increase conflict in the land. From Mwaũra’s story, Warĩĩnga realizes that it is Mũturi who saved her life two times. Warĩĩnga and Gatuĩria decide to stay on as spectators for the rest of the competition.

The next competitor to testify is Mwĩreri...

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