Mpasho Investigates

Mpasho Investigates

A collection of all the Mpasho Investigatives

Last year, we did a rather riveting piece on crime. A year on, as we contemplated doing a follow...
As I said the other time we spoke about this we divided the ladies of the night into three...
Prostitution is evolving! If you come from a time when the peddlers of flesh were on Koinange street, you are...
Domestic violence and sexual abuse cases have become rampant in the country. Thousands of incidences happen daily; hundreds of...
Black is beautiful; so the adage goes. African women are wonderfully and fearfully made, but some do not appreciate...
Skin lightening, particularly amongst women, is not new in Africa. In some parts of the continent like West Africa,...
Our African Traditional morals and values seem to be fading away. People especially women are aping Western culture, from...
Gone are the days when parents would be proud of their innocent, humble virgin girls. Nowadays it's rare to find...
Where is God? People purporting to be men of God are emerging daily from every corner of the world soliciting...
Are these the end times as prophesied in the book of Mathew? “For false messiahs and false prophets will appear...
After a successful expose on the bogus beggars of Kenya, the trend seems to be continuing as many fake...
If you are visiting Nairobi for the first time you will be so happy thinking that you are on...
When you move around the city, they are everywhere. Dotted at all corners of the town posing as street urchins...
In part one, we found out some of the best and worst things about Kenyan truck drivers. (You can read about it below) Mpasho Investigates:
Before most of the products that we use are finally made available at your local shops and supermarkets, there's a Kenyan truck driver who moved the wheat from the farm to where it is produced and finally distributed. Truck drivers indirectly play a very significant role in everyone's life.
It is sheer grit, people sacrifice their blood to have stage performances happen. Any visit to theatre will confirm; sweat, determination written on their faces.
The Kenyan acting industry has seen a rapid growth over the past few years. Despite the growth, we still have many challenges the industry; limited production and starring opportunities, lack of  an organized guild of actors to grow them professionally and take care of their welfare,  lack of proper  awareness on regulation and investment, and sex is the main problem affecting the acting industry.
As you read in part one, the Kenyan modeling industry is laced with unbelievable dirt. Models are exploited sexually and it is utterly demeaning for them.
They warm our hearts when they catwalk; when we see them on the magazine covers and on those catchy, gigantic billboards. They make us remember that ad on TV about a certain hand wash brand.
If the government will still continue to ignore this issue, then there's someone who will take care of it, and it might not be a good story in the end. The main reason why these people are at the camps is because of war in their respective countries; otherwise they are just like us, actually even more talented.

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