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  1. Avatar Liz Charlotte October 25th, 2013 at 5:10 pm

    Just because Kimaiyo put his foot in his mouth doesn’t mean you should follow suit.

  2. Avatar Qwani October 25th, 2013 at 10:58 pm

    Now, now now!!! Is this the same US that is the “peeping Tom” on the German chancellor and the Brazilian president???

  3. Avatar initia October 26th, 2013 at 1:51 am

    Journalists freedom should be paramount . Journalists straggle to find the truth and pass it to the public. You cant trust cops to be truthful, especially when caught with tier pants. down..yes, they should be lectured by all and sundry that, they should leave journalists alone. The guilty are always afraid!

    1. Avatar Qwani October 26th, 2013 at 12:24 pm

      The truth is the rights and freedoms of the PEOPLE is paramount. The journalists are part and parcel of the PEOPLE. Singling out the journalists for special treatment is the wrong starting point. It is the PEOPLE that have the right to know what the facts are. As for being lectured by “all and sundry” as you put it is a joke. It is like finding a man caught cheating on his girlfriend and he is lectured in all manner of ways by a prostitute on the wrong he has done. Digest that for the weekend!!!

      1. Avatar golditberg October 26th, 2013 at 3:19 pm

        The media need to verify the story and publish it in an unbiased form. You do not know Nation Reporters or Standard Reporters. They set the standards in Kenya, but how high are those standards? If you are a whistleblower, what would you expect Nation or Standard to do? And what would they do if the rich are involved? Plan ahead this weekend.

        I support journalism, but now it is time Nation and Standard dig into the story. I support the freedoms of the press, but they need to dig into the stories clearly. Who were the victims of by one, effects of the terror, the changes made to fight terror, the suggested changes in society needed as view points from the perspective of their ‘intelligent’ editors (patronizing, me), the victims of the looting, the cctv footage of the areas related to the looting ‘a diagram of the areas helps’, and many other things. They can help Kenyans arrive at an intelligent conclusion, rather than wait for the media to publish it.

  4. Avatar golditberg October 26th, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    Kenyan media and reporters need to have verified the Westagate stories before they publish them. Nation should have dug into the story, got access to the KDF soldiers, interview each one by one and decipher the entire story for the sake of the public.

    Kenyan reporters take stories from other media outlets even if the story is happening right within their Media House’s reception.


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