Interviews

CELEBRATING WORLD RADIO DAY: The unsung heroes of a radio station

Content Producer, Music Manager, Social Media Content Creator, Traffic Manager these are some of the positions of people who work in the back end at your favorite radio stations. Today…

 
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Philip Ogola – the brave ‘Digital Humanitarian’ who ran towards the blasts and gunshots as everyone else ran away from Dusit Complex

Tuesday the 15th of January was to end like another normal day for Philip Ogola popularly known as ‘The Digital Humanitarian.’ He was home early eager to help the kids…

 
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Tales of triumph over cancer despite prohibitive cost of treatment

The doctors told my dad to take me home and make me comfortable. There was nothing else they could do, I had about 14 days to live. I had gone…

 
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Why getting diagnosed with cancer could be a death sentence in Kenya

Getting diagnosed with cancer in Kenya could mean imminent death if you are not extremely wealthy or have a good medical cover. Everyday social media sites are littered with medical…

 
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Edwin Anayo – I am not McObewa’s running mate

Kisumu Market – Milimani ward MCA had a rather fairy tale entry into politics in 2013 coming in with a lot of support from the business community and Kisumu youths….

 
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Persons Of Interest: Phannie wa Kwega

She has profound love for Heineken, tea, chicken and AFC Leopards but not in that particular order. In fact when I asked her about it she added her love for God,…

 
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Persons Of Interest: Dan “wuod Ruoth” Oketch

  Growing up in the dusty plains of Kwoyo Kochia in Homabay County, all the jadala (village boy) wanted was an opportunity to sneak at night to enjoy the village…

 
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Persons Of Interest: June Akinyi

If you currently asking yourself “Who the heck is that” then you are at the right place. She is Kisumu’s ‘celebrity hair stylist’ making the women of this town look…

 
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Persons Of Interest: Rushdie Oudia

  In his first year as a professional writer working with the Standard Group he won an award, flooring several experienced writers to clinch the “Tuvuke initiative award for conflict…

 
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Why we need a total overhaul of the NHIF -#Dialysis4Lillian

It’s 2 o’clock when we arrive at Makongeni Estate in Nairobi’s Eastlands. I have never been in this part of Nairobi – no, I am not one of those “cool…

 
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