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An Epistle By A Millenial

Dear world, Receive my humble salutations. I come bearing good or bad news, depends on how you’re willing to take them. The millennials are kind of fed up with your judgments. We appreciate the generations that came before us: especially, those who fought for our soul food; freedom. We are quite

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Who Is Jalang’o

The glossy black Land Rover Discovery barrels down the highway with a hum towards the city, effortlessly taking on the seemingly endless stretch of asphalt. It's been a long journey but it's about to come to an end. Jalang'o, born Phelix Odiwuor, sits comfortably in the driver's seat, one hand

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Africa Needs To Smell The Coffee

I’ve read stories, watched movies and sat at the feet of historians. The tales of how our forefathers fought our independence as a continent reflect the true nature of Africans. Brave. Brawn. Brains. Yet after many years of our purported independence, nay, neocolonialism, we have not been able to open our borders

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Mobile Journalism Welcomes you to 2019

Mobile Journalism Africa welcomes you to the year 2019. Mobile devices are revolutionizing storytelling. Journalists and trained communication experts are using them to tell stories from different locations at different times altogether. These devices, we choose to call Pocket Studios,are the new way of doing stories. For modern-day storytellers like us it is a

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