Governance Expert Kevin Osido while in an interview on TV47 walked out of the media channel after he failed to get to an agreement with Gloria Orwoba who is a Youth Political Analyst. The two were at the media channel where they were talking about the ongoing political matters in the country.
The three were discussing about President Uhuru's ban on the trade of scrape materials. As the they talked, Gloria Orwoba could not let Osido defend his statement and this angered him. He then went ahead to state that he was going to leave the conversation to her since many other people have walked out of interviews. Gloria did not stop him as he told him that even the OKA principals at one time walked out of the studio.
"Can I leave this set for Gloria because am also busy. I have seen people walk out of studios...You can have your space," Osido said as he walked out.
"Even the One Kenya Alliance principals walked out," Gloria told him as he left. Watch the full video in the link below; (Time 0:00-1:12). Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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