With the heightened of political activities in the country, the stability of the country will definitely be shaken. The economic growth might also be reduced due to the increased politics.
The hustler nation has started a resist campaign against the media stations that seems not to support the deputy president hon William Ruto.
Hon Aden Duale the former majority leader of the national assembly and the member of parliament for Garrisa township and his ally from Kapsaret constituency hon Oscar sudi have started a resist campaign towards citizen television.
According to the legislators, the media station has been biased when it comes to reporting news of the deputy president.
The resist movement was started by the national super alliance after the 2017 general election. The main reason for the formation was to urge their supporters boycott from the companies and business units that were not supporting hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
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