Deputy President Dr William Ruto close ally Dennis Itumbi has revealed that Citizen television owned by Royal Media Services is the fox news slanted for Odm's party leader Raila Odinga campaigning ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Itumbi who is communication and digital director strategist allied to the hustler narrative that is championed by Dr William Ruto made the remarks after the citizen tv news bulletin didn't feature deputy president Dr William Ruto for more than 37 minutes at the 9:00 pm Friday 15th 2021 news.
This comes after Dr William Ruto had toured today the coastal region to popularize his presidential bid on the UDA ticket while Odm leader Raila Odinga was in Eldoret town where he was popularizing his presidential bid through Azimio la Umoja initiative.
In conclusion, this is not the first time when close allies of the deputy president Dr William Ruto are faulting the Citizen tv of sidelining dp Ruto's side and favouring the handshake.
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