Vocal ally of President William Ruto has blasted local Media stations for lagging behind in Technology as compared to International Media Houses like CNN which are using advanced technologies. Lawyer Cliff Ombeta has claimed through his official Tweeter account that leading TV stations in the country are using big banners.
Lawyer Cliff Ombeta has shared samples of TV headlines of local media stations when announcing news. From the photos, the News Headlines seems to have been squeezed to fit into the telly yet it shouldn't be the case in this current developed World. Ombeta has further stated that the banners are too big to the extent that they are covering half the telly.
@OmbetaC TV stations, the banners are too big mpaka zinafunika half the telly.
Fanyeni kama cnn na wengine.Lawyer, Cliff Ombeta has urged the local Media Stations to follow in the footsteps of International Media Houses like CNN which uses advanced signals. Local Media Stations have always been urged to upgrade to advanced signals which would make it convenient for viewers.
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