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Victoria Munene

I am a graduate from the United States International University(USIU -Kenya). My profession is marketing and I have a passion of event organizing and management. I like to consider myself a people's person who appreciates the diversity of this world. I also appreciate that all work without play makes Wangari a dull girl, so I love to travel and dance as ways of venting out.

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Latest posts by Victoria Munene

1 August 2012

Tanzania: Teachers’ Strike De-stabilizes the Nation

Teachers in Tannzania have been on a strike to urge the government to pay their unpaid dues and to improve their benefit and salaries. The strike followed, after the Teacher's...

31 July 2012

Tanzania: Newspaper Shut Down by Government

On 30 July, the government of Tanzania banned indefinitely a popular weekly investigative newspaper called Mwanahalisi. Tanzanians received the news with great astonishment, although the same newspaper was previously banned...

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