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KTN’s Jicho Pevu Reporters’ Lives At Risk – Rights Groups

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by MaxShimba, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    KTN's Jicho Pevu Reporters' Lives At Risk – Rights Groups

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    KTN's investigative journalist Mohammed Ali who has been threatened by Police over a piece involving state machinery cover up regarding high prized drugs

    TWO civil society organisations have raised concern over the safety of two journalists and their sources over the recent investigative story on the 2004 seizure of cocaine haul worth Sh6.4 billion.
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  2. Kabaridi

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    This guys need more than just credit or a part in the back. This guys are better investigative journalists than even Weakileaks for they go to the source and get information. Mr. Mohammed Ali started his thing way back. I remember seeing him in Mombasa 2009 near Mji-wa-Kale doing his work. Let him continue and may many others come up. He takes risks in exposing this "opportunistic free enterprise goons" who work with a click of rogue officers . They will stop at nothing even if it means working with drug loads and to silence their accusers by completely and literally taking them out.To those Security officers from Mombasa my condolences go to their family relatives and friends. Nothing that is done in secret will fail to come in the open.

    This is just the beginning of their downfall, let them expect more. OH, and by the way before forgetting 'OLN' might fail because of this internal security officers because of corruption and extra-judicial killing of innocent people. We need immediate recruitment of fresh team of security officers. The current group has too much blood in their hands of innocent Kenyans dubbed as gangsters and yet they were mistaken identity. As for the GSU officer from Trans-Nzoia shot 21 gunshots by his colleagues in the guise that he was a robber may he rest in peace.
     
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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    This guy is the true Journalist. He needs a lot of protection and help for what he did to Kenya. The Drug Cartels are exposed ....
     
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