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MEDIA FREEDOM IN KENYA in 2017: A REALITY OR A MIRAGE?
Pretoria Student Law Review
Media freedom is the capacity of the media to act as a barometer to call government to account vis-à-vis the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 especially the values, spirit and ethos enshrined therein. So much so that countries which are strong democracies always have strong and free media. A free and democratic society is not possible without an independent, free and responsible media and an active civil society. Freedom House Report results from the fact that Kenya currently finds itself in a verydoi:10.29053/pslr.v11i.1897 fatcat:sq6gxxgtgnedte467unex5apca