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Meru Magistrate’s daughter kidnapped, killed

A nine-year-old girl who was kidnapped 10 days ago while walking home from school in Meru County has been found dead. The body of Maribel Kapolon, a daughter of Meru Senior Resident Magis...

The days that I have loved you

In the days that I have loved you I have learnt disappointment The lesson that we all know That no one is perfect That we blatantly ignore And take in precious souls Open hearts full o...

Writing a Good Resume/CV

A good curriculum vitae is one of the most vital documents that any job seeker should possess with them. Today, while confusion stays on the difference between a resume and a CV, more co...

Smartphones The Future of Storytelling

Smartphones are revolutionizing storytelling. At #MobileJournalismAfrica we believe that these devices, what we call pocket studios, are the powerful tools that are going to change the way s...



Kisumu County Senator Fred Outa has said he has buried the hatchet on their differences with Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o. The sena...



I owe no one a wife. No children either.

Understanding Depression

I Live with a Trauma: a Confession

Its no big deal?

Politics of Black Hair

Handling An Early Pregnancy Episode 5

Handling An Early Pregnancy Episode 4

Handling An Early Pregnancy Episode 3

The dying Bajun tribe (Part 1)

Pity Me Not My Situation

Handling An Early Pregnancy Episode 2


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Marvin Gakunyi

Marvin Gakunyi

Founder & CEO

Mobile Journalism is an idea I'd love to anchor on MediaCracy- Giving power back to the people to tell their own stories using the most convenient means-their phones. Those small gadgets are pocket studios with exponential potential which we shall unleash.

Emmanuel Yegon

Emmanuel Yegon

Co-Founder & Communication Director

Welcome to the future of storytelling. This platform gives you an opportunity to tell your stories from wherever you are, anytime. For our stories are best told by us