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Background Information

Employment History

Journalist

NTV


Reporter

Nation TV


Journalist


Web References(22 Total References)


kenya-chat.com

NTV's Robert Nagila has been reading through the pages of this damning report and filed this story.


wn.com

NTV's Robert Nagila begins our three part series that starts right at the Busia border.
http://wn.com/NTV's_trip_to_juba


www.kenyanentrepreneur.com

According to reports from Nairobi, at least five journalists who received email threats are Linus Kaikai, the managing editor of KTN, Joseph Odindo, the MD of the Nation Media Group, Kipkoech Tanui, the managing editor of The Standard newspaper, Robert Nagila, a journalist with NTV, and Paul Ilado, a journalist radio Kiss FM and political news editor of the Nairobi Star newspaper.


www.rap21.org [cached]

The message, which said it was from the pro-government "Mungiki" militia, went out to Joe Odindo, Managing Editor of the Nation Media Group, Kipkoech Tanui, Managing Editor of The Standard newspaper, Linus Kaikai, Managing Editor of the Kenya Television Network, Robert Nagila, reporter for Nation TV, and Paul Ilado, editor of The Nairobi Star.


nairobiwire.com

Here's a tweet by reporter Robert Nagila.
The administration police unit, that will target pickpockets in CBD (but sidewalks will have to be smooth) #skatespic.twitter.com/gemzSB4rF0 - Robert Nagila (@Rnagila) April 17, 2014


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