Miguna Miguna taking to his Facebook account today revealed that media houses (Githeri media) in Kenya today are very biased and corrupt. According to Miguna, yesterday president Uhuru Kenyatta while at the prayer day sat at a distant place from Ruto because he had ordered the State House officers to place his seat in that manner. However, due to the media being corrupt, they decided to have headlines blaming a rift between Ruto and Uhuru.
While still on the same matter, Miguna has revealed that incase the 2022 elections are stolen and Kenya experiences Post-Election Violence, the owners, executives, managers and senior editors of the Githeri media should be Arrested and tried at the Hague. Among the media houses mentioned as Githeri media include; Nation Media Group, Royal Media, Radio Africa Group, Media Max and Standard Media Group.
"If elections are stolen and Kenya experiences Post-Election Violence or a civil war in 2022, Kenyan freedom fighters must make sure that the OWNERS, EXECUTIVES, MANAGERS and SENIOR EDITORS at the Nation Media Group, Royal Media, Radio Africa Group, Media Max and Standard Media Group are Charged and Tried at Den Haag," read part of Miguna's statement
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