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2016: The Year When This Website Changed Kenya

I know acknowledging success is sometimes a bitter pill to swallow for 8-4-4 educated individuals, who were conditioned to believe that we are all equal, and that any skill someone possesses is transferable.

Despite the negativity projected on bloggers by those who feel threatened by it, we forged ahead with our programs knowing full well that truth is the ultimate weapon.

This year our impact has been wide-reaching, and despite numerous arrests, confiscation of gadgets, court-cases and death-threats, social media is the last frontier as regards to information dissemination.

We launched a concerted campaign against Vivienne Yeda Apopo, who is behind the mismanagement of East African Development Bank (EADB) which caught the attention of respective decision-makers, who are currently probing her.

CAPTION: How Ugandan media is carrying news on Vivienne Yeda Apopo. She had earlier dismissed us as “insignificant” bloggers, and arrogantly ignored our calls.

We launched a successful campaign against the former CEO of Family Bank Peter Munyiri, who was arraigned in court today, regarding his role in facilitating and enabling the NYS heist by among others, Anne Waiguru

CAPTION: Peter Munyiri, the ex-CEO of Family Bank was in court today. This website was the first to run scandals linked to him. 

We successfully petitioned Safaricom to refund monies stolen from them using the Cheza Games scam. The projects which were conjured by Peter Arina spilled over into the Bob Collymore era and corruption is firmly entrenched in the company.

We also successfully instigated and precipitated the sacking of the CFO of Safaricom after we exclusively leaked the KPMG audit report.

A Chinese operative by the name of Wenjie Li was deported after we exposed his illegal activities, and links to senior Government officials. He had come to consider himself as “untouchable” .

CAPTION: Our article on Wenjie Li caught the attention of mainstream media, prompting the Department of Immigration to deport the “untouchable” .

The scandal at Kenya Pipeline Company has started getting coverage, after our persistent coverage, exerting pressure on mainstream media to execute their mandate, as the perception that they are paid to kill stories is starting to hurt their bottom line.
CAPTION: We exerted pressure on mainstream media to cover corruption at KPC. This 2017, we want to destroy the Chairman John Ngumi. 
Our campaign successfully petitioned UNDP to review their engagement with Bidco Africa. Small efforts with huge impact.

In the beginning of 2017, we want to concentrate on Mount Kenya University and Kenya Pipeline Company, in-order to have the heads of both institutions face justice for the crimes that we have constantly covered.

The one thing we have successfully managed to achieve is unmasking the corporate thieves who masquerade as angels. Now at least they don’t have to constantly insult our intelligence by bribing mainstream media journalists to shower them with false praise.

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