Following bold allegations by vocal and popular blogger and William Ruto's point man, Dennis Itumbi, that all media houses will not be airing Kenya Kwanza manifesto launch much has been said across mainstream and social media.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Senior lawyer and political analyst allied to Azimio La Umoja, Wahome Thuku, wondered why Itumbi would cry foul over live media coverage yet their patron is on record 'chasing' journalist to discuss 'important' matters with Kenyans.
"When UDA is having a forum to discuss 'important things' media houses are kicked out in most embarrassing command. They are branded propagandists and shamelessly ordered to leave the room.
Now I believe launching a manifesto is 'important thing'. So why should media houses be present?" ~ Wahome Thuku.
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This attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below. See screenshots capturing their overwhelming reactions.Picture for illustrative purpose.
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