In 2016 alone, there were 60 arrests of Kenyan citizens and journalists, many of which were due to posts on social media
Kenya's medical workers have downed tools, demanding the implementation of a collective bargaining agreement signed in 2013.
An intriguing tale of untrustworthy bankers, dodgy regulatory systems, inadequate PR handlers, and a scared, under-informed public - all on Twitter
Did Kenyans on Twitter just kill a bank digitally? Their 'malicious' posts blamed for run on troubled lender
"Rumours have been rife on social media which is turning out to be a pre-eminent early warning system”
The “Kenyans for Kenya” fundraising campaign aimed to $5.28 million in one month. That target was reached in 10 days
Also, contrary to the perception they are accessible and open to scrutiny, none of their countries are on the top 10 of key governance rankings.
A Twitter hashtag hints at some uncomfortable truths.