Have an exclusive conversation with Investigative Journalist John-Allan Namu

  • About
  • How it Works

John-Allan is a Kenyan investigative journalist and the co-founder of Africa Uncensored. He has been a journalist for 14 years, based out of Nairobi, from where he has reported on issues and events in Kenya and the region. He has interviewed high-level politicians and power brokers from across the region, and investigated crimes committed in the highest reaches and lowest rungs of African society. John-Allan is the 2015 and 2017 joint journalist of the year Annual Journalism Excellence Awards, a 2015 Global Shining light award finalist, and the 2009 CNN African Journalist of the Year. He is a 2009 CNN fellow and a 2017 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellow. He holds a BA in Journalism from the United States International University – Africa.

  • What is a Virtual Meet & Greet?

    This is an opportunity to purchase 1-on-1 video calls with some of the people that inspire the Book Bunk team. We’ve curated a list of artists, entrepreneurs, professionals and luminaries from Nairobi and beyond whose thought leadership is shaping our cities in incredible ways.

  • How long are the sessions?

    Each conversation will be a minimum of 20 minutes long.

  • What next after I purchase a ticket?

    Once you complete the purchase, we will email to schedule your conversation. The Meet & Greet session can take place anytime between Jan and Dec 2021.

  • How does this purchase support Book Bunk?

    All proceeds from this purchase will go directly to Book Bunk’s work restoring Nairobi’s public libraries. We are grateful to all who have donated their time to our precious cause.

  • Will the session be recorded?

    Yes, we will record these sessions and share the recording with both parties. This recording will be subject to Book Bunk’s privacy policy.