Mohezin Tejani, Brilliant Author, Humanitarian and Global Nomad Dies at 61

“I’m afraid I have some awful, awful news to share. Our dearest, most beloved Mo passed away today on New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1, 2013, at approximately 2.30 a.m. in our home here in Chiang Mai, Thailand” — Lisa S. Keary….Read More

Mohezin Tejani - author and humanitarian

Mohezin Tejani – author and humanitarian

9 thoughts on “Mohezin Tejani, Brilliant Author, Humanitarian and Global Nomad Dies at 61

  1. I had known Mo for the past 55 years. We learned swimming together at Makerere University. We played badminton together with his sisters, and roamed around town — all this before our teenage days. Later years, we partyed together and had our usual girlfriends. We had a ball. Will always remember him as a fun guy. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

    Salim Thobani

  2. Inallilahi wa innailayhi rajiun. Shanti i.e Islam.
    If it be said that he is dead, then let us bear witness, no, he is alive.
    The ignorant, they are dead even when alive. The learned, they live after death.
    Thank you

  3. This is a very sad loss indeed – he was very well versed and his articles were very informative especially those relating to his recollections of his East African life. His thoughts will be missed. May his soul rest in peace. Amen. Shanti

  4. How heart-warming … Mo Tejani’s (final) wish to you that his writings be shared on a common intellectual platform happened through the publication of his latest piece that appeared in Simerg on December 19th.

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