Joseph Kangethe is a Kenyan DJ who hosts a show on Ghetto Radio. A former street kid, he got the job after going public about the shooting death of his friend. His show gives Kenya’s slum dwellers a much-needed voice.
Security forces in Kenya assaulted and raped civilians in opposition strongholds after the August elections, rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) said. About half the incidents reported to HRW were gang rapes.
A call to Kenyans to skip work Monday by veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga has followed urgings from the European Union that he concede defeat. Nairobi has seen brief clashes on an otherwise quiet Sunday.
Joseph Kangethe is one of Ghetto Radio’s hosts. The former street kid is a true role model of what the radio station stands for. He uses the media to fight for the rights of young Nairobi slum-dwellers.
Africa's drought crisis has hit Kenya and numerous schools have had to stop providing free food to their pupils. This is not only due to crop failures but also greedy profiteers.
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