The KTN News Television broadcaster registered it's deep apology for using Mr Kulei's photo in breaking the news of the sudden death of former state house controller. The News company said they erroneously and mistakenly used the photo since the two were working for the late President Daniel Torotich Arap Moi.
Notably, Mr Joshua Kulei was Moi personal aid, while Mr Abraham kiptanui was the state House controller during Moi leadership.
Due to that, the company is calling upon the Kulei's family to accept their apology for that mix-up.
However, several kenyans reacted to their apology, questioned how can a company like KTN news mixed up the photos. These are some of their reaction:
Amed Ali: You have killed him too just like the way state house Kenya killed Abraham Kiptanui before his death today.
Rico Rico: Or you were making prediction about his death.
Mzalendo Chelai: We demand for compensation for Kulei family.
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