John Allan Namu Announces New Show on KTN News

  • Investigative journalist John allan Namu during an interview in 2018.
    Investigative journalist John Allan Namu during an interview in 2018.
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  • Veteran investigative journalist John Allan Namu, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Africa Uncensored, announced a new four-part series set to be aired on KTN News.

    Namu, in a statement on Wednesday, January 25, noted that the series titled GhettoGava was produced by Sam Munia and Joy Kirigia who both work at Africa Uncensored.

    The renowned journalist added that the new series will air at 8.30 pm from Thursday, January 26 to Sunday, January 29. 

    A collage of journalists Joy Kirigia (left) and Sam Munia (right) from Africa Uncensored
    A collage of journalists Joy Kirigia (left) and Sam Munia (right) from Africa Uncensored
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    It will expose electricity and water cartels in some of Kenya's largest informal settlements as well as the complicated circumstances that gave rise to the vice.

    "About to pay your electricity bill? Here's an investigation produced by Sam Munia and Joy Kirigia that will get you thinking about the true cost of electricity. Premiering nf KTN News tomorrow, watch our four-part series GhettoGava," Namu announced.

    One of the producers, Munia, is an award-winning journalist with over 15 years of experience in journalism and filmmaking in Africa and globally.

    Before joining Africa Uncensored as an Assignment Editor in 2016, Munia worked at KTN in TV and video production.

    He holds a degree in Science in Communication, Media, and Journalism from Moi University. 

    "Coming soon, it is a must-watch. Africa Uncensored brings to you a four-part series documentary exposing Kenya's electricity and water cartels," Munia teased.

    On the other hand, Kirigia is a senior reporter at Africa Uncensored which she joined in 2016.

    "Here is something to look forward to this coming Thursday 26 at 8.30 pm on Africa Uncensored and KTN News," she announced.

    On January 8, the journalist launched a local true-crime documentary titled Last Door that aired on Maisha Magic Plus. This show revealed the hidden truths about the infamous cases that were reported in Kenya.

    African Uncensored founder John Allan Namu (right) and his wife Sheena Makena
    African Uncensored founder John Allan Namu (right) and his wife Sheena Makena.
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