As the clock ticks towards August 9, 2022 where the country is set to conduct general elections, politicians use all means of advertisement to popularise their bids. Among the most common means is the television and radio station.
Today, former Kiambu governor William Kabogo who is also the party leader of Tujibebe Wakenya party said revealed the alleged quotation note dating 1st July 2022 from Ntv showing the amount he was to pay for an advertisement per week.
According to a post he shared on his Twitter account, he had requested for an airtime from Ntv Station to advertise his Kiambu gubernatorial ASPIRANTIONS. He was to receive 2 ads prime time and 2 ads off prime per week at a cost of Ksh 320,000.
Kabogo was reacting to an editorial cartoon of his portrait that had been shared by Ntv on Facebook. In the cartoon, Ntv captioned, "Kabogo gets away by his Tujibebe." https://twitter.com/honkabogo/status/1543587283965812738?t=I2p7KRukGhqiu4MUCKSowA&s=19
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