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Life has always been hard for the residents of Nairobi's Kibera slum, even before riots and looting destroyed homes and businesses following Kibaki's election victory. RFI's David Coffey walked around Kibera with local resident Gilbert Nyangor to find out what day-to-day life is like.
2007-12-26 by David Coffey
Thousands of residents of Nairobi's Kibera turned out to cast their ballots on December 27, but many complained of problems with mistaken voter registration rolls and delays in getting ballot boxes into the polling stations.
2007-12-27 by David Coffey
The riots that ensued following President Mwai Kibaki's election victory forced hundreds of families from their homes in Nairobi's Kibera slum. The IDP camp at Jamhuri stadium was one of the first to be set up outside the Kenyan capital following the first wave of post-election violence. RFI's David Coffey was one of the first foreign journalists on the scene.
2008-01-04 by David Coffey
David Coffey speaks with survivors of the Eldoret Church massacre: one describes how she escaped the inferno with her child. Another returns with her daughter, hoping she will find her baby granddaughter who has been missing since the attack.
2008-01-08 by David Coffey
A physiotherapist at Eldoret's Moi hospital gives his version of why the parishioners of Kyamba district were attacked. RFI's David Coffey spoke to him after being smuggled into the mortuary that was overflowing with corpses. The doctor refused to be named for fear of being targeted himself.
2008-05-01 by David Coffey