Citizen TV have apologized to Kenyans after posting the following video on their verified Twitter account. According to the the apology message sent by Citizen they wrote that the Video that they share was manipulated.
Taking on their account the TV Wrote the following, "We apologize for sharing a video purported to be from a Senate session where Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang'ata was alleged to have logged in from Sabina Joy. We have since established that the video had been manipulated. Here is the real video", Citizen Wrote.
Below are some of the comments from Kenyans on Twitter:
"You should also apologize for misreporting that the DP was stoned in Kieni. You should always remember that the consumers of your content are millions of people and not SK Macharia alone", Laban wrote.
"With hundreds of employees in the name of journalists you still rely on videos from social media and other rumours as your source of news. Big SHAME on you. In 21st century a media House can not discern between original and faked videos", Cedric stated.
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