Nairobi, Kenya-"We hurriedly buried the seven in the shallow grave and fled due to fears of attacks," explained Joseph Mwangi Macharia as armed police accompanying him went through the motions of evacuating the cattle farmer's entire family, all victims of post-election violence in Kenya.
Many people were murdered with machetes and some victims were assaulted with arrows. Occasionally, in the dead of the night, victims were corralled by a mob to forlorn structures where they were executed. Did radio broadcasts contribute to the recent violence in Kenya which left 1,000 dead and displaced tens of thousands?
Nairobi, Kenya - As an impressionable girl straight from college, Njeri Mwangi was exhilarated when the Human Resources Department of East and Central African region's largest selling newspaper had hired her as a reporter. But throughout the five years that she worked for the Nation Media Group, rising to the enviable position of Senior Parliamentary reporter, Njeri was anything but happy.