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Sex for marks, ‘Mwakenya’ were unheard of- Joel Shunza Litali

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I joined Kenyatta University in 1991 for a bachelor’s of arts degree in Education, majoring in Kiswahili and Sociology.

Sex for marks, ‘Mwakenya’ were unheard of- Joel Shunza Litali

By Robert Amalemba | 5 years ago

Leah Wanjiru Mungai: Our position was that we would not leave without our sons

Leah Wanjiru Mungai: Our position was that we would not leave without our sons

At 77, Leah Wanjiru Mungai still has a spring in her step and a smile that lights up a room. Mungai, a mother of six, is content with life at her modest home in Mwimuto, Wangige, and cheerily invites visitors into her simply furnished house. Atop one of two wooden tables stands a television set and gas cooker.

| 9 years ago

Dreaded man of Nyayo House torture chambers

The name James Opiyo evokes bad memories for hundreds of victims of Nyayo House Torture chambers. He was the person in charge of a unit within the special branch charged with extracting information from political dissenters in the 1980s.

| 10 years ago

Mystery of meeting elusive Nyayo House 'Torturer-in-chief'

The low, hoarse voice on the other end of my mobile phone asked: "Who is it?" When I replied "a journalist with The Standard", the line went dead immediately.

| 10 years ago

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