Daniel Oloo Ong'ong'a
Daniel Oloo Ong’Ong’a is a PhD candidate and a research fellow at the Institute of Communication Studies at the Communication University of China. He received his Msc Communications Studies and Bsc Communications and Public Relations from Moi University, Kenya. Daniel also holds post graduate diploma in project planning and management, and higher diploma in ICT4D from Mount Kenya University and Institute of Advance Technology respectively. He has previously held appointments at various INGOs to spearhead the information media literacy in Kenya. He is a part time lecturer at department of communication studies at Karatina University, Kenya. He is also a member of the editorial board of Organization of African Academic Doctors (OAAD). He has won different awards in regards to Africa-China short video stories and regularly contributes to China-Africa magazine and Mount Kenya times. His academic research has been published in various journals, and his research fields include: comparative studies on digital diplomacy, digital platforms, international communications, and digital communications.
African media and audience engagement on Facebook: What does this tell us about how Africans perceive other African countries?