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A few lessons in Security PR we can learn from the Kenya Police Service.

The increase in complaints related to police brutality this year (2017) and the vast number of Kenyan-based internet users; the World Internal Security and Police index gave the police force of the Republic of Kenya a devastating 0.2983 score thereby ranking Kenya to a concerning 125/127 countries. Meaning that when it comes to capacity,progress, legitimacy … Continue reading A few lessons in Security PR we can learn from the Kenya Police Service.

A FORESEEN CRISIS: The Unforeseen Safaricom Story.

In an environment where people have, month in and month out screamed for transparency, crisis communication should be considered extremely pertinent. Should your brand or organization lack a crisis department up-to-par with the current psychological way of thinking; within your public relations department, then the remaining days of 2017 should have you considering to either … Continue reading A FORESEEN CRISIS: The Unforeseen Safaricom Story.

A TALE OF POLITICAL PR AND THE GUILELESS KENYAN CITIZENS

In what seems to be a never-ending twist and turn of politically biased events, we present to you two "polar-opposing" political parties, both claiming to have the interest of the citizens of the Republic of Kenya at heart: At the helm of it all, are two flag bearers of whom millions of Kenyan shillings have … Continue reading A TALE OF POLITICAL PR AND THE GUILELESS KENYAN CITIZENS

Is Dove’s Marketing MO “insensitivity” ?

“We believe beauty should be a source of confidence, and not anxiety. That’s why we are here to help women everywhere develop a positive relationship with the way they look, helping them raise their self-esteem and realize their full potential.”   As a leading, multinational, billion dollar beauty brand that boasts of 60 years of … Continue reading Is Dove’s Marketing MO “insensitivity” ?