According to him it's a plan to perfect anti Kenya Kwanza and William Ruto's coverage ahead of this year's presidential elections.
"Citizen tv kenya has perfected the anti- Ruto and anti- Kenya Kwanza coverage to fine art. 7PM this evening( mentions KK and Azimio rallies but only shows Azimio pics. Covers Karua in Kiambu and Raila Odinga in Narok but has little notice for KK econ. forum in Murang'a". Professor Edward Kisiang'ani wrote.
Professor Edward Kisiang'ani is on record alleging that no matter what Martha Karua does she can never beat the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto's Popularity in Mt Kenya region.
One may wonder why is he complaining that Citizen TV Kenya is not given much coverage to deputy president William Ruto's rallies.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if they will win the August 9 presidential elections or not.
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