In his official tweeter account, the controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has reacted to the president William Ruto joint media adress. The president highlighted alot of thing that his government is undertaking and clarified on the ambiguous issues that were raising concerns amongst Kenyans. However, he face very tough question from the journalist who wanted him to come out clear on his intentions over the high taxation. President William Ruto responded to them clearly to satisfactory.
However, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi noted something unusual with the way journalist were asking the head of state questions. He felt that some were very harsh to him. He particularly addressed citizen TV journalist Ayub Abdikadir who he alleged that he sounded like a high school debater. He blatantly told him that it the head of state and government that he was responding to and not any other person.
Mutahi Ngunyi felt that the journalist was disrespectful to the president, he told him that he doesn't have to corner the head of state and government argumentatively but intelligebly. He asked him to borrow some lessons from Eric Latif
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