Barely a day after Gatundu South Member Of Parliament called out one vernacular radio station for advancing retrogressive political agendas, another report has emerged showing the said station to be leading among the hate speech spreaders. On Tuesday, the Gatundu South Member Of Parliament shared a post on his Facebook page for indirectly Campaigning for Jubilee Candidate in Kiambaa Constituency by-election. According to Moses Kuria, the station owned by Media Max company has been showing biasness in hosting Political leaders.
However, on Thursday a report published by one Daily Newspaper shared information of broadcasters spreading hate speech and causing Political tension in the country. According to the report, Kameme FM tops the list of beer these stations. However, some of the remarks mentioned in the hate speech claims have emanated from politicians who make threatening Statement while on air. The reports has been released a year to the General elections, a time when fears spreads due to utterances made by Politicians.
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