NTV is a media power house in Kenya that airs news on different breaking and trending news in politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle among other news around the world. In addition, NTV hosts different politicians, leaders and political analysts as they debate on issues affecting the country.
Tomorrow, fireworks are expected at the station as it expected that, they will be hosting a very crucial debate with a controversial leader on matters of 2022 elections.
Salim Swaleh will be hosting a vocal Kakamega county senator Cleophas Malalah on Kigoda Chako at 7:00 PM on monday evening. The two will be discussing the 2022 political cards that many politicians are playing, likely play and the consequences they will have on the politics of the land.
According to post by the famous tv station on facebook, it has asked all their viewers to mark on their calendars tomorrow 17th of January 2022 as the big day when they will know more about what is cooking in the Kenyans politics and what is boiling in Amani National Congress (ANC) party.
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