Deputy President William Ruto's Presidential Campaign team today July 3, wrote a protest letter to the Nation Media Group (NMG) complaining over what it claimed as negative stories about Kenya Kwanza Alliance Presidential candidate.
The Director of Communications in the DP's Presidential Campaign team Hussein Mohammed wrote a protest letter to Nation Media Group CEO Stephen Gitagama, He accused the outlet for their biased framing including in Sunday over Ruto's alleged confession about nearly slapping President Uhuru Kenyatta, after accepting for a repeat election.
Hussein Mohammed accused the Nation Headline "Day I almost slapped Uhuru" to negatively taint the image of Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate, terming the Sunday Nation headline as pure misrepresentation of real concept.
He termed article as an attempt to divert the attention of Kenyans from the recently launched Kenya Kwanza manifesto.
"The Sunday Nation headline and story is a continued attempt to move away from reporting on rather revolutionary policies in the Kenya Kwanza coalition manifesto and intensify your biased framing and negative profiling of the Kenya Kwanza campaign," Hussein Mohammed Said.
He further called on NMG to publicly admit that they were inclined on one political affiliation and stop pretending that they were impartial in their media coverage of political information.
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