A popular and prominent TangaTanga Brigade blogger has trolled a local journalist for what he referred to as media and journalism ethics. Denis Itumbi through his facebook boldly and confidently said the following regarding a video that captured the alleged journalist for asking "Do you want Wheelbarrow or roads? on a funeral service.
Attached please find his facebook post as I captured it from his facebook timeline for your review. "But, let me add, i am just pointing out Good Journalism practices, Kameme Tv Kenya can chose the path of outright bias and unprofessional mefia practices, it is their choice. But at that moment, they will also be sacrificing the right to pretend they are objective."reads part of his facebook post.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This post attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*He is also a voter. Ruto is his Dp as well and therefore you are not going to think on his behalf. What message he wants to send to Sugoi. Do you really remember why Jacky Maribe and Itumbi her boyfriend were given State commendation by the President, and the glory failed the test of time? They were openly biased.
*She's a Kenyan who votes beside being a journalist. And whatever she's saying is the truth! It was her sister burial, she had the right to bring order and politics to stop. You wouldn't also encourage politics in your relative burial.
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