Inooro Tv's Mike Njenga Explains Why Senator Kimani Wamatangi Could Not Make it on His Show
By RJnews | self meida writer
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Mike Njenga is a renowned and celebrated media personality who anchors prime time news on Inooro Tv every Wednesday alongside Wangechi Wa Muriuki. As expected, Mike Njenga usually hosts a guest every Wednesday during the bulletin but it was not the case in his latest bulletin.
Mike Njenga kicked off 'Ndurumeni' by revealing that Senator Kimani Wamatangi, the Senate Majority whip was meant to be his guest but could not make it due to something that came up. They were meant to discuss much to do with the Jubilee party and the Senator's new role.
Towards the end of the bulletin, Mike stated that they hope that they will be able to host the Senator come next week. At times, matters come up needing much and immediate attention. Next week is a date then as we await to hear what Senator Wamatangi has to say.
The photos are courtesy of Mike Njenga's social media.
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