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Mwende Mutambuki
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Isn’t it time to interrogate what ‘news’ is?!

This is how Kenyan news goes ‘X dances in Timbuktu’. Really? Why do I feel that we are too lazy to demand better in all aspects of life in KE? Eg, the most basic life-sustaining services: to keep food prices down and to provide affordable, potable water to the humans of Kenya. We need to stop and think about this country. Urgently.

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  1. Yes it is, and not just interrogate, but also participate in highlighting newsworthy information. It seems like we left that task fully to the media houses and they have watered it down too much. Few people feel connected to news today than before.

    Yes it is, and not just interrogate, but also participate in highlighting newsworthy information. It seems like we left that task fully to the media houses and they have watered it down too much. Few people feel connected to news today than before.

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