The Kenya Television Network (KTN) news has been forced to render an apology to a senior career civil servant who served in the government. The incident which happened earlier today forced the respected network to tender an apology to the family on all media platforms including their social media handles.
According to a news bulletin and post by the companies digital news platform 'KTN News Kenya', the media house was forced to issue an apology to the family of Joshua Kulei. This comes after the news media outlet made a mix-up while reporting the death of former presidential aide Abraham Kiptanui who passed on at a Nairobi hospital today.
The media outlet was breaking the news of late State house Comptroller Abraham and mistakenly put a picture of Joshua Kulei. The media house extended the apology after realizing that they had posted the wrong picture of the former personal secretary to Mzee Moi.
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