Scarlett Johansson talks privacy in Nairobi

American actress and Oxfam ambassador Scarlett Johansson was in Nairobi last week, as she headed to the Horn of Africa region to assist in humanitarian efforts there.

She visited Turkana and the Dadaab refugee camp, to see for herself the devastating drought that has hit the region, and help out with Oxfam’s is doing there.

The 27 year old who was very recently in the news for a breach of privacy, where semi-nude photos of her were put on the internet, made her entry and exit quietly, but CNN’s David McKenzie managed to have a few words with her.

Johansson who has been an Oxfam Ambassador since 2004 said extreme action must be taken by the global community to avert this horrific crisis.

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  1. Avatar Tom Wanyonyi Barasa August 13th, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Mr Mudavadi.
    My question do you if you want my vote is! Is it economical to buy surplus sugar from Uganda to fill the shortage gap or buy from Brazil through cartels by Raila Odinga?. What benefits do we have from Brazil and Uganda economically? In other words, which country is valuable to Kenya?
    Is good to make noise just to get votes but have no solutions for Western Kenya economic problems. We cant protect that industry forever and we know it only benefits politicians who keep looting it.

    1. Avatar kerbala August 21st, 2015 at 10:11 pm

      Who said that kenya should instead import sugar from Brazil through cartels by Raila? Which Government has sunctioned this importation? who is making noise just to get votes? For your information Raila appointed more than a dozen Ministers from western when he was the prime minister in comparison to Uhuru who has only appointed a few sycophants to convince people like you that he has a govt which reflects the face of kenya while the fact is that the meat is reserved for mt kenya only.

      1. Avatar Gabby August 28th, 2015 at 10:15 am

        RAO has not condemmed the Brazil Sugar Connection in his latest new-found ‘crusade’ so there is an uncanny silence from him about this. Tom Wanyonyi and others have no recourse but to see a one sided politicization of this issue for the Western vote. Ever tried mixing politics with business? Only one side suffers; you don’t need an explanation to this – the business side à la Matiba et. al

  2. Avatar Caxton Hlestakov August 14th, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    Tom Wanyonyi i greet you, i agree with your views, we need to trade with Uganda than Brazil becouse of the proximity of the country to ours. Busia and Bungoma counties stand to gain much from the trade. however, Mudavadi should also be on the forefront in fighting to bring to book those responsible for the collapse of MUMIAS SUGER COMPANY. he should not only address and question the details of the bilateral arrang3ement signed by Uhuru, he should go further and ask for musco looters to be brought to book


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