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Where Are Our Children? Part 2

Service with dignity. That is the promise made by the national police service to the public, among the few mottos and pledges that the country’s security apparatus commits to. Yet, on an almost weekly basis, this is being challenged, in the deaths of citizens across the country. Yet, for all their sins, Kenya’s security agencies […]

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Where Are Our Children? Part One

No less than four different organisations that monitor Human Rights abuses have agreed that members of Kenya’s security agencies are needlessly executing hundreds of Kenyans. Facts have been given, numbers have been produced, but all of these have been rebuffed by a government that, as recently as this week, claims that these are all rumours, […]

 
 
 
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Kifo Cha Mende: Sehemu ya Kwanza

Katika Kenya ya sasa, mauaji ya kiholela imekuwa desturi ya maisha. Si nadra kusikia watu wametoweka katika njia za kutatanisha wasipatikane tena. Iwapo watapatikana, basi watakuwa wameuawa. Hili limekuwa likiendelea kwa miaka mingi huku idara ya usalama ikidaiwa kuhusika. Makala Kifo cha Mende yanaangazia baadhi ya mauaji ya kiholela na kutoweka kwa watu nchini Kenya.

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Fighting FGM in the Gambia

A UN report released in April this year indicates that Female genital mutilation is strongly anchored in the customs and traditions of 29 African countries. Globally, an estimated 130-140 million girls and women have undergone some form of female genital mutilation. In the small West African nation of Gambia, the practice is rampant despite the […]

 
 
 
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Coming Soon: Where are Our Children

What does it mean to live in fear in your own country? Coming soon on Africa Uncensored.

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WOUNDS FROM WESTGATE: HEALING 36 MONTHS AFTER THE SIEGE

It has been three years since one of the most brazen terror attacks on Kenyan soil, the siege of the Westgate Shopping mall in Nairobi took place. 67 people were killed during the attack, and hundreds others were injured. There are still many hanging questions about the attack, but how are survivors coping? Africa Uncensored […]

 
 
 
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Investigate 101

Africa Uncensored conducted its maiden training on Investigative Journalism, Investigate 101. The training program was led by international journalists, Steve Holloway and Judy Asslet. The training program is annual feature in the Africa Uncensored calendar and is meant to give upcoming investigative journalists a chance to sharpen their skills.

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SOUTH SUDAN’S JOURNALISTS REPORTING IN REFUGE

The recent conflict in South-South Sudan has left over 300 people dead and thousands of South Sudanese are currently living as refugees in neighbouring countries such as Uganda, Ethiopia, and Kenya. While the country bleeds, a recent investigation revealed that some of South Sudan’s leaders have profited from the war, and stolen funds meant for […]

 
 
 
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Your Story: Beauty Behind Bars

There is little that can be more difficult to deal with then the denial of your freedom. Every person, murderer or petty criminal who has been sent to jail knows that. The hard labour, long, empty hours aside, freedom is what most convicts will tell you they miss. In Lang’ata women’s prison in Nairobi, Kenya, […]

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Kaimenyi on Land Grabbers in Kenya

Grabbing of public school lands in Kenya continues to escalate even as the government reiterates its fabled commitment to bring perpetrators to book. Early this year, Lands Cabinet Secretary Professor Jacob Kaimenyi directed that all public schools be issued with title deeds. Few weeks later, the land on which Naka Primary School in Nakuru sits […]

 
 
 
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