ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has this morning applauded the Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation [KBC] channel for launching sports events.
Speaking during the event held at Serena Hotel, the CS has seen that new move by the media station as one way of showing Kenyans that everything is possible below the sun.
As from now KBC will be airing major sports events after getting the free to air broadcasting rights.
This deal has just been landed just few weeks to the 2022 world cup where most Kenyans will now expect to get the sports contents freely from KBC just as before when they still had the sports broadcasting rights.
Joe Mucheru has been one of the top vocal government officials who have been seen taking sides in the 2022 politics and so by talking of "Inawezekana" in relation to that move by KBC may be seen as one way of preaching Raila's slogan.
Even though, the word "Inawezekana" is a strong motivational Kiswahili word which means "it is possible" and it best fits that move since owning the license of a free to air broadcasting sports events is never that an easy thing to get by media channels.
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