This picture appeared this week in the The EastAfrican newspaper. Sure, I understand discussing the fears for renewed election violence is necessary, but what about dealing with the green aliens that have invaded the Kenyan parliament first?
I am Marlies Pilon (28), an independent journalist covering the East-African region from Kampala, Uganda. Welcome to this scrapbook in cyberspace. Learn more about how I try to capture the region's changing dynamics in words, sounds, and (moving-)images.
- RT @malonebarry: "Censorship reflects society's lack of confidence in itself." — Potter Stewart 3 days ago
- Ow not again. RT @Elirri BREAKING: Teargas at #Monitor 3 days ago
- RT @BrendaBanura: Monitor offices teargassed just now to disperse the activists #PoliceAtMonitor 3 days ago
- #uganda #police raid office of @DailyMonitor and takes over phones, cameras, computers.Activist protest outside. Follow here #monitorsiege 3 days ago
- RT @SongaStone: Activists' lips sealed "in solidarity with a gagged media" via @asiimwe4justice #mediafreedom #UG http://t.co/ryqRTDaycp 3 days ago
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