Citizen TV News Anchor Waihiga Mwaura today cut Oliver Kipchumba's speech short on live interview asking him whether he was not convinced on how the former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga answered questions during a live interview.
Oliver Kipchumba blamed Raila Odinga's handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta as one of the reasons why he dodged to explain the question on public debt accusing him of being in “handshake Government."
Kipchumba also blamed the panelist for raising the bar so low and being soft on the Azimio Presidential candidate and his running mate Martha Karua giving way to dodge vital questions like high cost of living and fighting corruption.
“So when Raila said he got into the Government in 2002 and they found empty coffers and they quickly discovered that Procurement officers had three companies supplying different commodities to the Government at high prices, you are still not convinced?" Mwaura asked before cutting his Short.
Here is the video link courtsey of Citizen TV YouTube channel start at 76:40:00
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