Ghetto Gava, a four-part investigative and in-depth series will air on Kenya’s local television station KTN NEWS from January 26 to January 28 at 8:30 pm. The much-hyped investigations will spotlight illegal activities carried out by water and power cartels in Kenya’s unregulated industries.
The investigation is under the auspices of Africa Uncensored and is led by decorated investigative journalist John Allan Namu. Namu has announced a fascinating four-part series that will expose a well-orchestrated syndicate, contributing immensely to water and electricity bills going beyond a normal limit.
“About to pay your electricity bill? Here is an investigation produced by @SamMunia and @joy_kirigia that will get you thinking about the cost of electricity. Premiering of @KTNNewsKE , watch our four parts series, #GhettoGava,” Namu said.
Joy Kirigia is a senior reporter, whereas Sam Munia is an assignments editor at African Uncensored.
In Kenya, vandalism against government property is very common in the unofficial sectors. Numerous reports have cited water sellers interfering with county water pipes and causing fictitious shortages.
Meanwhile, Namu’s Africa Uncensored is running a separate true crime series, ‘The Last Door,’ produced by MultiChoice Kenya.
In the series, Namu explores and retraces the victims’ final steps of infamous crimes perpetrated in Kenya.
In one of the episodes, Namu follows the 2016 notorious triple murder of lawyer Willie Kimani, Josephat Mwenda, and Joseph Muiruri.