Fasting for peace – Nairobi-based Ghetto Radio DJs Mbusii, Solloo and Essie (pictured) are going six days without food to advocate for peaceful elections in Kenya.
Calling for peaceful elections – The presenters are broadcasting around the clock from a glass house in downtown Nairobi.
Calling for peaceful elections – It's all part of the "Vote4Peace Vote4Kenya" campaign ahead of the East African country's elections on March 4.
Calling for peaceful elections – Thousands of people have visited the house to support the cause and call for peaceful elections.
Fasting for peace – Like the other two radio presenters, DJ Mbusii relies on water and juices to get by. The challenge kicked off on December 19 and will end on December 24.
Calling for peaceful elections – Several election-related activities are taking place outside the glass house, including issuing of ID cards and democracy workshops.
Post-election fighting – Kenya was rocked by post-election violence in 2007 following disputed results. The fighting left more than 1,000 dead and hundreds of thousands of people displaced.
Post-election fighting – The post-election chaos escalated into ethnic violence between members of President Mwai Kibaki's tribe, the Kikuyu, and members of Raila Odinga's Luo tribe and other groups.