09-10-2017 by redazione
The journalist and TV conductor Gad Lerner was also interested in Kenya and Malindi.
Lerner, who is preparing his new format, inquiry broadcast from November on Rai Tre, dictated on Sunday in the second evening, has decided to dedicate one of his services around Italy and the world, to Kenya and the Italian "colony" of Malindi.
"We started from the Dandora landfill in Nairobi - the journalist said at malindikenya. net - a chilling situation of poverty and human degradation. Here in Malindi there is a different poverty here, which clashes with the ease in which our fellow countrymen live".
Gad Lerner in Malindi started from White Elephant.
There was a great desire to show a living community and to deny certain commonplaces about the Italians of Malindi.
But you know, the "cut and paste" of the TV are able to take what they need, for the philosophy of their own broadcast.
Perhaps Lerner expected more contrasts and situations due to a programme of injustices around the world.
The hope is that his intelligence and experience will avoid the usual commonplaces of the Italian "exploiters" and "nabbies" abroad. Because those who live and work in Malindi know well that reality, especially in recent times, is very different.
Not only in Malindi, Italians no longer represent the economically most wealthy class, but the social and beneficial works carried out by our fellow countrymen are visible to everyone: hospitals, dispensaries, schools, orphanages, wells and much more.
If, then, if you just want to talk about Billionaire, prostitution and social discrepancies, we will also be doing so this time round.
We have tried it.
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