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Robert Nagila

Journalist

NTV

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Reporter

The Nation


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Fast news day - Daily Dispatches

NTV reporter Robert Nagila reporting on the public reaction to Kenyan leaders' appearance at the International Criminal Court on charges related to the 2007 post-election violence. (Brendan Bannon)
It's going to be a busy day for Robert Nagila, a news reporter here at NTV, one of Kenya's leading television channels. Nagila's there, on his feet, recording a piece to camera, before sitting to interview Ambrose Muga, Lowi's owner. For the first time, Nagila is brought to a stop. A frown. A deep breath. "I'd hate to miss this," he says to the student, John Kihumba. He looks up and down the street. Pauses again. The frown lifts. Nagila, 38, is one of a new breed of newsmen and women flexing their journalistic muscles as Kenya's once repressive media landscape opens up. "It's all changed completely," Nagila told me during a rare still moment. "At first we had to grope around a bit, not sure of how far we could push it. But we're still pushing those boundaries." Born in Kenya, educated in Britain, Nagila returned to Nairobi in 1999 to try to break into radio. "I was always way too curious as a kid, always taught by my parents to question everything," he said. "Journalism was the natural job for me." Working his way up through radio, he is now one of the pool of television reporters at NTV. His investigations into the brutal mungiki sect, a mafia-like protection racket based in Nairobi's slums, earned him both death threats and awards. Nagila's "mood of the people" package is slotted in at the last minute.


http://kenya-chat.com/report-recommends-major-changes-at-cmc/

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


POT CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK: Do Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga have the Anti Corruption Credentials necessary to solve the Graft crisis even as they plan to reshuffle their Grand Cabinet? The NCCK position on corruption is spot on. | Mars Group Blog

NTV's Robert Nagila brings us that story


http://wn.com/Juba

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


http://wn.com/Kenyan

NTV's Robert Nagila examines the new reality that has left many land buyers in shock.
http://wn.com/Has_the_Kenyan_title_deed_become_worthless?


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