Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi has accused top media stations of favouritism. He has accused the management of the television and radio stations of not giving him airtime. The former deputy prime minister is eying for the top political seat in the country. Raila Odinga and his biggest rival William Ruto have been hitting the headlines lately. This has been happening on every single day.
Our media stations are business entities which survive on profit. With this idea in mind the have to sell what has to be appealing to the public. They have to entice the largest number of people as possible. This is the major reason why they focus on personalities which will get them more attention.
Kenyans have come out to accuse Musalia Mudavadi of fence sitting. Some have said that he has to do what the others are doing to be news worthy. An example is that Raila and Ruto are holding major political rallies countrywide. They have various strategic meetings involving key personalities in the country.
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