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Karina Faßbender Dec 5
Perfect music to round off the great launch of tonight!
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@adventadd Dec 5
All the best to our next batch of students who will be sitting for their IELTS exam. interested in working in the UK as a nurse? Njeri Kahawa Wendani KMTC Trending in Kenya mudavadi waititu Trending in Kenya
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PODOOPAUL™ Dec 5
Fidelity is the Key! Let us revolutionize our media industry
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Confrey Alianji Dec 5
Launch, collaborative space for artists , creatives , storytellers , filmmakers, among others.
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Baraza Media Lab Dec 17
Replying to @YvonneOkwara
Thank you to all that made tonight a success and a special thank you to for taking the time to share her favourite pieces of Journalism of 2019 with us. It was a pleasure and an honour hosting you 🙏🏿.
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Muthuri Kinyamu Dec 5
Nairobi is everything has been preaching. Some portraits from
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Baraza Media Lab 19h
Currently underway with . He will be sharing his thoughts on the state of the Kenyan economy and highlighting the trends & policies we should be concerned about in 2020
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Obura Dec 5
Replying to @BarazaLab
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Faustine Ngila Dec 5
Our newsooms are divided along ethnic and gender lines. You never know who's in a politician's payroll. There is a reason why politicians own media houses, and why journalists disappear mysteriously
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Al Kags Dec 5
Replying to @alkags
It's pervasive. "A full 1/4 of my salary is spent on the media - favorable media about me and the worst possible about my opponents. Why fight an established system?" A popular central MP told me in Sept 2019.
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MuthuiMkenya 🇰🇪 Dec 5
KPLC raised tariff by 25% and the business community is silent They are too busy blaming Raila for working with Uhuru.
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Al Kags Dec 5
Replying to @alkags
It is now commonly known in PR circles that a story does not run in the media unless journos & editors recieve an envelope to "push". Thats why PR is insanely expensive. Its part of the reason politics plays so big in media. Brown envelopes by politicians.
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Kevin Mabonga Dec 5
It is about the communities. Congratulations
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Human Dec 5
Hey , just spotted your fave at . 😃
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Al Kags Dec 5
Replying to @alkags
Bloggers are worse. For a quick buck, we have been known to "influence" biased stories and leverage social media for plain evil sometimes. No care is taken for ethics, no agonizing for truth.
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Scheaffer Okore Dec 17
In conversations with the excellent ✨ and ✨ at unpacking the biggest stories of 2019
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Sam Wakoba Dec 5
Replying to @SamWakoba
We're fighting the 'mtajua hamjui' narrative. The propaganda, fake news / alternative facts, self-promoting info from the ruling class
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Panthea Lee Dec 5
Why I love working with on : "We must find each other in this moral and intellectual desert, and create our own oases, where new possibilities can emerge. [We need] a kind of revolutionary joy, cultivated in places off the beaten track."
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Baraza Media Lab 16h
Replying to @Ramah_Nyang
We would like to thank for taking the time to sit down with us and share his insights on the state of the economy. Glad to have hosted you, and hope we could do it again. 🙏🏾
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Mrs. M Dec 5
“Media is a critical component of democracy. “ I really believe societal change will come from spaces like this, where passionate individuals find kindred spirits to spark change. Bring on the disruption!
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