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Meet Kenyan born photographer selling Dusit photos

Kenyan born photographer Mr. Kabir Dhanji who has worked for some of the biggest media houses is selling pictures from the Dusit attack at Ksh 50,000 each.

Mr. Kanbir is selling the pictures through Getty images which is an international media company with stocks of images.

The news comes barely a week after New York Times was trolled for publishing gruesome photos of the Dusit attack forcing them to bring down the post.

The Media Council of Kenya demanded an apology from the media house but it has gone unresponded.

Kenyan have trolled New York Times on the culture that whenever an attack such as the Dusit one happens, international media houses paint Africa at large badly with that being not the case on there side.

The images taken from the Dusit attack and sold to Getty mages, have so far been auctioned and credit issued to AFP.

Meet Kenyan born photographer selling Dusit photos
Slavian Mwangecho
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