Most of the Kenya's top Televisions stations are normally broadcasting similar programs to its consumers and maybe that's due to demand or number of viewers excited when served with that.
This however, has angered content creator and proponent of the Azimio La Umoja movement, aspiring to be Nyando's MP Robert Alai on August elections. He stated that the TVs can progress further with such monotonous programs, especially during day times.
He urged them that they should be more creative and even incorporate ICT things in their programs to appear more educative.
"This country can't progress when all major TV stations see that the best programs they can broadcast to our rooms during the day are Mexican soaps and Naija movies full of careless pregnancies and witchcraft. We must think ICT, the creative economy," he wrote.
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