| Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
2012 Storyfest finalists announced
Internews thanks all the journalists who participated in Storyfest this year. After many hours of deliberations, the highly esteemed judging panel of chief judge Joseph Warungu formerly of the BBC, Sandra Ndonye media consultant, Ng’anga Mbugua Chief sub-editor Nation daily, Rob Jillo Special reports editor Capital FM & Christine Nguku media consultant formerly of KTN, finally revealed the most compelling storytellers.
The judges received technical support for the Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) category from Vincent Odiara of Nyanza Reproductive Health Services (NRHS). Internews congratulates all the nominees.
The awards ceremony will take place on the 24th of August in Hotel Bontana Nakuru from 6pm.
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