#344 WE Charity: In Desperation There Is Opportunity
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#344 WE Charity: In Desperation There Is Opportunity
A reporter was offered money to kill this story. 
October 19, 2020

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Santai Kimakeke blew the whistle on WE. Then he recanted his allegations and disappeared. Before he did, he said he was afraid for his safety.

After three months of reporting and in collaboration with John-Allan Namu of Africa Uncensored, we bring you this investigation.

A reporter was offered money to kill this story.

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