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Social media are being hijacked to subtly suppress opposing voices. Insights from Kenya

By George Ogola, Reader in Journalism, University of Central Lancashire
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Kenya has a particularly vocal political public on Twitter. Commonly known as KOT (Kenyans on Twitter), they have made the platform integral to political conversations in the country. These vocal digital actors have the power to shape debates offline as well as on other media platforms.

However, a recent…

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