Tristan McConnell, GlobalPost

Tristan McConnell reports from Kenya for GlobalPost. He is an award-winning journalist who has lived and worked in Africa since 2004 reporting for international publications including the Economist, the Times and the Christian Science Monitor. He lived in Uganda and Ghana before moving to Kenya in 2009.

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