Yunia Amunga is a news anchor at 98.4 Capitalfm, besides that she has a strong interest and keenly pursues health stories.
An alumni of Moi University and Radio Netherlands Training Centre (RNTC) she posses a wealth of experience having been in the media industry for over 15 years.
It is for this reason that she wants to independently tell health stories for the good of the public.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 10 - "At 18 years of age l got married to the love of my life; or so l thought. I was young and blinded by love. Never had l though at one time will l contemplate suicide." Phylista Maina begins her story as she ushered me into a
NAIROBI, Kenya, May 14 ''What did l ever do to deserve this?'' This is the question Fridah Ndegwa a mother to an autistic child wondered aloud when she was told her son suffered from this condition. Fridah discovered something was not right with her
Bangui, Feb 14 - Voters in the Central African Republic return to the polls Sunday to cast their ballots in a presidential run-off they hope will help usher in a new era of peace and stability after years of sectarian bloodshed. Dogged by coups, violence
JAPAN, Feb 14 - Elbowing each other in the stampede to buy Valentine's Day chocolate for the men in their lives, Japanese women brought stores to a standstill Saturday. In Japan, the menfolk do sweet nothing on February 14 while the women do battle in
Manila, Jan 26- Ninety-year-old Hilaria Bustamante casts a tearful gaze at a wall plastered with photos of departed fellow sex slaves, vowing to demand justice during a historic visit to the Philippines by Japan's emperor starting Tuesday. Unbowed despite
New York, Jan 24 - A near record blizzard smothered the eastern United States, shutting down New York and Washington in a colossal storm that left 15 people dead and affected some 85 million residents. More than 4,400 flights were cancelled, airports
Kano, JAN 2 - As Nigeria rings in 2016, the ever-present threat of violence by Boko Haram hangs heavy over Africa's most populous country, despite official claims that the battle against the Islamist group has been "technically" won. After setting a
IRAN, Dec 8 - An outbreak of swine flu has left 33 people dead in two provinces of southeastern Iran in the past three weeks, the official IRNA news agency reported on Monday. IRNA quoted Deputy Health Minister Ali Akbar Sayyari as saying there had been
INDIA, Oct 14 - Around 800,000 Indian pharmacies downed their shutters Wednesday to demand a crackdown on online drug sales, which they say is unregulated and eroding their business. The one-day strike is aimed at curbing India's burgeoning online drug
JUBA, Jul 3 - At least 29 people have died in a cholera outbreak in war-torn South Sudan with thousands more at risk of infection, the United Nations said Friday. A total of 484 cholera cases, including 29 deaths, six of them children under five had