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The silent man; Philip Ochieng, laid to rest

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?Ochieng’s name gained prominence when he co-authored The Kenyatta Succession, a political narrative analysing Jomo’s succession battle.

How Philip Ochieng evaded trouble by hiding in linguistic garb

How Philip Ochieng evaded trouble by hiding in linguistic garb

To his credit, Ochieng’s writings, if difficult, always featured a deliberate, accompanying subtext from which the keen reader could always decipher.

Babere Chacha and John Wahome | 6 months ago

Philip Ochieng’s pen was sharp, lethal and true to readers

Veteran journalist remembered as a great thinker and good writer

Barrack Muluka | 6 months ago

Working with Philip Ochieng, the master wordsmith and perfection freak

His stock-in-trade response was that he didn’t write for intellectual Lilliputians and would you please read the other sections of the paper…

Wambua Sammy | 7 months ago

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