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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.

Goodbye ‘father of Kenyan journalism’ Philip Ochieng

Goodbye ‘father of Kenyan journalism’ Philip Ochieng

The story of Kenyan journalism will remain incomplete without a narrative on Philip Ochieng who died on April 27, aged 83.

Alberto Leny | 1 month ago

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 | 1 month ago

Bwana PO’s screams in the newsroom, savvy Swahili and not-so-loud approvals

Bwana PO is what I fondly called journalism maestro Philip Ochieng who left us this week. He gave me my first salaried job.

Kamau Ngotho | 1 month ago

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