Inooro TV journalist, Kamau Wa Kang'ethe, has been facing criticism from a section of his fans who have been accusing him of taking positions in political debates. Kamau has been accused of favoring the Kieleweke politicians because of inviting them more frequently compared to the Tangatanga leaders.
Some few weeks ago, the journalist quashed these accusations where he said that he is always neutral and professional. Kamau argued that he invite guests depending on the requests made by Inooro TV followers.
Speaking today during the newspaper review programme, Kang'ethe said that he received a lot of calls on Friday morning after the high court nullified the BBI process. Most of these calls came from his critics who mocked him where some said that they wished he could have attended the Friday programme for them to get a chance of reading his emotions.
The journalist responded to these critics by saying that he didn't feel bad after the court ruling. He went ahead to say that even if he attended the Friday programme he would have just performed his duties normally.
"Those of you mocking me because the BBI bill was nullified should know that I have no problem with that. I never felt bad as some people want to put it. Friday was a holiday but even if I attended the show I would have discharged my duties normally. I don't support any side of the political divide," responded Kamau.
Despite this response by the Journalist, he seemed dissatisfied by the court ruling going by the questions he posed to Biashara ward MCA, Elijah Njoroge, later during the show. For instance, Kang'ethe said that he felt disappointed because the media had done a lot to make sure that the public understood the BBI bill.
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