South Africa Unrest: Counting the costs
Daniel Ominde

Daniel Ominde is both a blogger and journalist based in Kisumu, a small city in the western part of Kenya.
He writes about socio-economic and political issues affecting his readers and strive to give his audiences a balanced and objective perspective into issues that affect them, issues that will affect them or issues that they should be concerned about.
His blog provides him with a platform to tell stories from angles and perspectives that are not usually explored by the media or fellow bloggers. To him it’s about filling the gap in the information chain.

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