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State seeks to limit press freedom as it feels intimidated by robust media

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Continued harassment of journalists in the course of their work and bold attacks by police officers, political goons and even online bullying continue to be reported.

State seeks to limit press freedom as it feels intimidated by robust media

By David Ohito | 5 years ago

Presidential guards harass media

Presidential guards harass media

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| 11 years ago

Kenya should stop harassing media, they are innocent

There is a belief among some legalists and the government that for there to be peace in Kenya, news media must be tamed.

Elias Mokua | 5 years ago

State seeks to limit press freedom as it feels intimidated by robust media

Continued harassment of journalists in the course of their work and bold attacks by police officers, political goons and even online bullying continue to be reported.

David Ohito | 5 years ago

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