Posts Tagged ‘ voiceofmathare ’

COLLAPSED BUILDING IN HURUMA NGEI WARD

April 30, 2016
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COLLAPSED BUILDING IN HURUMA NGEI WARD

  A six storey building collapsed yesterday night in Huruma Ngei ward Mathare Constituency near Meta meta Bar and Restaurant at around 9:45PM.The building which was constructed near the Mathare River is believed to have caved in due to heavy rains. So far 7 people have been confirmed dead while hundreds have been hospitalized....

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THE EASTER HOLIDAY

March 25, 2016
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THE EASTER HOLIDAY

    As Christians celebrate the death of Christ worldwide, members of the Catholic Church in Mathare and its environs were not left behind. They took to the streets singing songs of praises to celebrate the death of Christ. “Today being a Good Friday, I’ve decided to leave my usual work and join my...

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INTERVIEWING

June 7, 2013
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INTERVIEWING

What are some of the reasons we do an interview? To get the information we need about a topic/issue To hear someone’s personal experience that  first-hand Abstract issues are harder to relate to To confront… to hear perspective of accused (e.g. criminal or politician) To give somebody with a unique story a platform As...

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STORY DEVELOPMENT

June 7, 2013
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STORY DEVELOPMENT

WORKSHOP on 4TH JUNE 2013 BY Brielle and Map Mathare team When doing a story either in print form or video it should have news values meaning it impacts the community, timely/current, consist of relevant new information, new development on old stories, and positive development in the community, unusual and poses significant threat. Entertainment...

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WORK AS USUAL

March 11, 2013
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WORK AS USUAL

  Today morning things looked normal and everybody was busy to ensure things are in order. In schools students and pupil were back to class and lessons were rolling as usual. ‘Mama mboga ‘were also selling their vegetables, men were also busy with their works. Matatus were also filled with passengers who were going to...

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KENYANS HAVE DECIDED

March 4, 2013
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Wow! it has been a busy day for all  Kenyans whereby everyone was running to their places of registration.As i write this am sure that i voted for change.The queues were long and the sun was scorching so many voters couldn’t tolerate the sun because they were standing on the queues on empty stomach....

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ITS FINALLY HERE

March 4, 2013
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ITS FINALLY HERE

the long awaited 4th march is finally here, very early morning voters were woken up with vuvuzelas and whistles as a mobilization tool asking the Kenyan citizen to come out in large number and vote.at the poling station things were not normal because it was 5:30am early morning and the queue was very long...

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Voter education vital before elections

February 6, 2013
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As we approach March 2013 general elections I urge the government and other stakeholders to forge a voter education because policing alone cannot be the proper solution to the threats to violence before, during and after the elections. Indeed placing the burden of peaceful election entirely on our police service and the provincial administration...

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