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Kenfrey Kiberenge

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Nairobi, Kenya.
News Editor, Nairobi News
Covers:  human rights, health, politics, governance, environment health politics, environment

News editor at Nairobi News. Vegetarian by default. Opinionated. Tweets, RTs ≠ endorsement.

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Biography

I am a reporter, with the Sunday Nation in Kenya.

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@KenKiberenge — 7,450 followers, 21,816 tweets

Nov 21, 2017

Sad that when his tormentor decided to leave, he is nowhere in the equation. #Zimbabwecrisis https://t.co/IdQ3qc0Eaj

Nov 21, 2017

Here's the top KCPE Candidate Goldalyn Kadiya of St Anne junior Lubao, Kakamega who scored 455 marks. #KCPEResults https://t.co/nlC0n6knHr

Nov 21, 2017

MALINDI COURT dismisses with costs election petition by Samuel Mulwa against Kaloleni MP Paul Katana, Judge Dorah Chepkwony says it is defective. https://t.co/s1VFQCDEn8

Nov 21, 2017

AT LEAST 50 dead as suicide bomber blows up at a mosque in Mubi, northeast Nigeria, say emergency services and a government official.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

News reporting.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

No.

How is social media changing news?

Journalists and editors have to be creating in Day Two journalism.

Awards

David Astor Journalism

2012 - General
The David Astor Journalism Awards are not conventional awards in the sense of recognising some significant achievement. They represent instead a long-term commitment by the Trust to invest in and support the career development of exceptionally promising young journalists with the greatest potential to excel in the future. Presently, the Trust is focused on Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. DAJAT makes three awards each year within the region. Choosing the candidates: First, a wide-ranging group of local nominators in each country identifies potentially suitable candidates for consideration. A rigorous, multi-stage staff review, assessment and short-listing process follows. Finally, an independent panel of judges interviews the finalists and selects three winners. The award winners initially take part in a three-month professional development programme tailored to their particular interests and needs. These usually involve work experience attachments with newspapers in the UK or South Africa. Winners then receive continuing professional support as career-long members of the David Astor Award Winners’ Network. Each award winner also receives a nominal cash award of $500 (the runners-up receive $250).