Reports from Msambweni

Here you can find all stories researched and written from the reporters of Nice View School.




Msambweni sub-county has really developed in terms of infrastructure. For example; transport and communication, water projects, culture and even medical


We were privileged to host the KPSA ball games due to the availability of sports resources. The following are the

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We visited shops in Msambweni to get some information about shop business. We interviewed the following shops: Form 345 shop, Abikari shop, Mwanaulu shop, Swabrina hardware, Baba pendo respectively. We started with Form 345 shop.


Each day almost 150 pupils eat lunch in Nice View School. To prepare the food, they have their own kitchen. Some of the product, for example chicken and vegetables are produced by the school farm. Their food is prepared by Chief Abinayo. He is the cook. Together with his team he is responsable for the weekly menu.

Rubbish plastic

Every Wednesday Werner and Isabelle from the Mbuyu Beach Bungalows are cleaning the beach. This made us aware of the plastic problem and we decided to research more about this topic.


Mister Abdallah is our teacher and he is also a football fanatic.

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Msambweni junction is the place where most of the boda boda and matatus gather for their daily business. It is in a strategic position nearby Msambweni hospital and market, where the riders find many customers.


This is our beloved chief of Msambweni, Juma Nasoro. The most polite chief ever seen. He is as good as gold and very humble.


We visited the Ocean Spa Lodge in Msambweni as Nice view reporters in order to interview the managers, employees and the guests. In a spur of a moment, we entered the resort.


My expirience as a journalist: Getting humble people was easy but communication was hard.

farm – the interview real smal

We as Nice View Reporters visited the farm in order to interview the farmer. As we expected, we met the farmer. His name is Ayub Wanyonyi. He is the manager of the farm.


What I learned in the last three days was that doing research on the computer was easy but asking questions in the field was hard.


I do love my job because teaching is a calling and no one forced me to do it as my career.


Some of the people in our school do have hobbies and talents. Some of them are: playing football, dancing, swimming, and many other.