The Kenya Free Press is an independent news and views website published in Nairobi since July 2016. The website aims to bring to light issues and perspectives neglected by the mainstream media, giving Kenyans all relevant insights into national events and inspiring their action on the nation’s social, political and economic challenges.
KFP adheres to strict professional and ethical standards, and the cornerstones of its reporting are accuracy, fairness and balance. The newspeper is a politically pluralistic platform; the only common attribute of its writers is their erudition and commitment to advancing dialogue as the pivot of democratic change.
KFP endeavors to take reasonable care in preparing and maintaining material on this website. However, where we err, we will correct the mistake immediately the mistake is identified or is brought to our attention by concerned readers or parties. The paper is bound by Kenyan laws governing the settlement of media disputes.
The website contains adverts, blogs, comments and links to other websites produced, operated or controlled by third parties. Unless otherwise indicated, it does not control, endorse, sponsor or approve any such third party websites or their content nor does it provide any warranty or take responsibility whatsoever for any aspect of these websites or their content.
Any material sent to us by any method, be they data, photos, comments, questions, suggestions or general ideas will be deemed to be non-confidential and non-proprietary, and the website will be entitled to use such materials for any purpose without reference to the sender. Permission to republish is freely granted with credit and a link back to KFP.