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“Apologize” Kameme, K24, Citizen Digital in Hot Soup As Kangat'a Threaten to Sue over ‘Bar’ remark

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Murang'a senator Irungu Kangat'a has come out gun blazing hours after causing stir reactions on Tuesday afternoon.

While taking to his social media, Kangat'a has put Kameme FM, K24 TV, Citizen Digital on notice over his whereabouts during when attempted to join senate session from ‘inappropriate place.’

On Tuesday, September 14, the defiant senator was dismissed from submitting at senate via zoom after speaker Hon. Kenneth Lusaka ruled was in unofficial place.

In the dramatic day, media reports had alleged the senator joined the session while holed at Nairobi’s alcohol joint, popularly known as ‘Sabina joy.’

However, among reported including Kameme, K24, Citizen Digital have been now been asked to apologize and withdraw, or they meet in court.Photo Credit: Irungu Kangata [Facebook]

“Citizen digital, Kameme fm and K24 should do so as well, failure we meet in court,” captioned the screenshot of The Star, Kenya apologizing.

The recent to apologize is The Star, Kenya. The publication said the video earlier posted on their timelines was misleading and inappropriate.

The flamboyant lawmaker has further not given ultimatum as far as timeline for apologize is concerned.

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