PLO Lumumba courtesy Facebook
His remarks comes at a time political temperatures in the country are rising fast betrayals and new alliances taking centre stage.
According to Lumumba the country might be headed into serious ethnicity troubles ahead of 2022 elections.
The former Ethics and Anti-corruption EACC official pointed out that Kenyan media has already started dividing the nation on ethnic basis.
In his argument he said the media journalist its reports has been using ambiguous headline which would easily trigger ethnic divisions.
Lumumba challenged Kenyans of goodwill to come up together and speak against the new trend by the media to avoid troubles going into the 2022 elections.
"As Kenya approaches 2022 general elections the print and other media have been sharpening the swords of negative ethnicity with sensational and hollow headlines. Let Kenyans of goodwill speak out in good time" he tweeted on Monday morning.
PLO Lumumba courtesy Twitter
True to Lumumba's claims some media houses have already been accused of engaging in partial reporting of political happenings in the country.
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