The Writer

In Africa, internet costs are out of reach for most, thus having the internet at a low cost or partially free to access basic vital information is important. Free Basics – a mobile app created by Facebook – has since its 2015 launch been hailed by the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the “first step towards digital equality” due to its audacious plan to “introduce” millions of people to the internet, many of whom live in developing countries such as Kenya and Ghana.

— Article on Facebook’s failure at ‘digital equality’ on Aljazeera

Article publications

  • For Aljazeera
  • Free basics in real life – Global Voices Advocacy (co-authored)
  • Publication of research reports on: African Millennials, e-commerce in Africa,
  • Analysis of Viewership, audience ratings, interest, media consumption and gambling during 2018 FiFA World Cup
  • Understanding The Kenyan Gambling Consumer: Insights On Sports Betting
  • Deutsche Welle – Inspiring young people in Kenya’s Kibera slum
  • The digital farmer: a study of Kenya’s Agricultural Sector
  • Mobile Gambling Among Youth In Sub-Saharan Africa