Fredrick Nzwili began writing for Christian Science Monitor from Nairobi in 2012. He is a journalist with 15 years experience in writing for newspapers, international magazines, and international news organizations from Africa. Between 2003 and 2010, he covered the religious dimension of news across the continent. He has also traveled to several African countries on assignments covering peace and conflict, humanitarian work, environment, and interfaith relations and dialogue, among other subjects.
Nzwili holds a post-graduate diploma in mass communication from the University of Nairobi's School of Journalism. He graduated with an honors BA in literature and sociology from the same university in 1995. Nzwili is married with two young daughters and lives in Nairobi, Kenya.
Stories by Fredrick Nzwili
- As Kenyans anxiously await election results, a region watches beside them
- As ICC dismisses Kenya case, victims of 2008 violence feel left behind
- Tale of two Kenyan refugee camps raises concerns of prejudice
- In Somali enclave, a bittersweet homecoming for Kenya's prodigal sons
- Kenya burns trove of ivory in first-step promise to destroy stockpile
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