He is a Kenyan journalist who previously worked for daily newspapers as a general news correspondent, business reporter and sub editor before turning into full time freelancing. He has, for the more than 20 years, covered various sectors of Africa’s economy including agriculture, food processing and maritime industries. He holds a BA in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of South Africa. He has travelled within and outside Africa covering various industry events that have a bearing on the continent’s economy on behalf of different international consumer and trade publications. He currently lives in Nairobi, Kenya.
Concerns have been raised about the impact of sand harvesting on Kenya coastal beaches and marine ecosystems.
Port development in Africa has continued to gain momentum as countries on the continent launch new constructions or expand and rehabilitate existing ones amid concerns about the true impact of these projects, both on land and on the quality of the marine environment.