In his official tweeter account, the former Bahati member of parliament Hon Kimani Ngunjiri has reacted to the allegations that media is slowly loosing it's values just like chariots and horses. In response Kimani Ngunjiri has mentained that that is what awaits companies like Kenya Power just the way it happened to Kenya Posters.He alleged that other forms of energy are coming up very soon and will pose a serious challenge to Kenya Kwanza and it will vanish. His allegations comes amid hightening political temperatures in the country over the high cost of electricity. It's in public domain that when there was a power blackout in the country there was allegations from the former Kiambu county governor that monopoly of the giant company should be checked as it is where the problem is coming from.
Kimani Ngunjiri tells them that they will be rigid for now but a time is coming. He mentained that change is inevitable and nothing can be done on that. He mentained that change is constant and they should be ready.
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