Fatuma’s Voice: Who is Watching Who? Oct. 4 2013 @ Pawa 254 Hub

October 2, 2013 at 11:24 am 3 comments

Fatumas Voice
Date: October 4, 2013
Venue: Pawa254 Hub
Time: 4-7 pm
Entry: Kshs 100

Poetry from: Hînga Mwonjoria, Poppa Stev-o (ex- convict), KITUI THE POET, Tela Abala, Oduor Jagero-Koa (African bull), Poet Tear Drops, Mollow Dickens (Gun shot survivor), Brian Otieno (Black man in white teeth), among others.

This week on Fatuma’s Voice
Do crime rates reduce as a result of the government fitting in cctv cameras around town? Are the people who man them competent enough so that the mwananchi could experience their effectiveness? Or are these simply moves to blind people that something is being done about insecurity?

How would you rate our police on a scale of 1-10? Who watches over their actions since they watch over ours? What is the law? Who is the law??

‘Who watches over who?’ is the question we are asking ourselves this Friday on #FatumasVoice. If you have nothing to say, then come listen to what others have to say. A lasting solution could pop up in your mind, for after we speak, we act. It’s the only way we can make a difference, by walking the talk.


Entry filed under: events, Open Mic. Tags: , .

Screening: Last to Know with the Author Utz Rachowski, Oct. 2 2013 @ Goethe Institut Auditorium Japanese Anime Festival, Oct. 5 2013 @ Japan Information & Culture Centre – Embassy of Japan

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Justus Ngworo  |  October 3, 2013 at 2:02 pm

    I am an upcoming poet and would like to perform at this #FatumasVoice event. What is the procedure? Can you link me up with the producers? thannk you

    • 2. njathika  |  October 3, 2013 at 2:03 pm

      Attend the event and you will meet the organisers there…

    • 3. Rixpoet Mshairi (@Rixpoet)  |  October 3, 2013 at 5:29 pm

      Hey Justus. Kindly get in touch with me on 0722790479. I am the program coordinator for #FatumasVoice.


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