Karibu to the premier & riveting episode of the Utu na Uzalendo Podcast!

Today, we unravel the journey of a daring journalist, a passionate activist, a loving wife and mother, and an adventurous biker, Njeri Mwangi! A fervent advocate for social justice, Njeri’s tale is of audacity, resilience, and indomitable spirit. Born in the vibrant heartlands of Kenya, Njeri’s voyage began as a trained journalist.

Her knack for unearthing truth and fostering justice quickly saw her dive into the world of activism. Alongside her remarkable husband, Boniface Mwangi, she co-founded Pawa254, a collaborative hub that has become a crucible for activism, journalism, and artistry in Kenya​​.

Not one to shy away from daunting challenges, Njeri spearheaded an undercover investigative piece dubbed “Baby Stealers” which aired on the BBC in November 2020. Her meticulous investigation unveiled a sinister underbelly of baby theft syndicates, stretching from Nairobi’s impoverished slums to reputable government hospitals. This eye-opening exposé jolted the nation, instigating a governmental crackdown on the nefarious networks involved​​.

When she’s not confronting injustice or penning down hard-hitting truths, Njeri is an avid biker, a moniker that has seen her embrace the open roads with an unyielding zest for adventure. Her biking escapades aren’t just a pastime, they are a testament to her boundless vigour, a metaphor for her journey against the wind of societal ills​​.

Njeri’s narrative is a rallying cry for the common mwananchi, beckoning a conscious engagement with the realms of governance and social justice. Her story is a tapestry of love, courage, and an undying resolve to make a difference in her motherland.

Today, we delve deeper into the life of Njeri Mwangi, unearthing the essence of her pursuits, and the indelible marks she’s etching on the sands of time. Stay tuned as we embark on this enlightening voyage, unveiling the essence of Utu na Uzalendo, through the eyes of Njeri Mwangi.

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