Meet Martin, The Late Catherine Kasavuli's Only Son And His Request To Kenyans
Catherine Kasavuli's son, Martin Kasavuli has made a passionate appeal to Kenyans to help their family during this difficult moment.Martin has asked Kenyans of goodwill to help them raise funds to settle her medical bills which accrued in the course of her treatment. In a statement addressed to the Media Council of Kenya CEO and copied to six media managers, Martin stated that at the time of her passing, Kasavuli had KSh 4 million bill to pay.He explained that the bill had been from her treatment at Kenyatta National Hospital and The Nairobi Hospital.Netizens reacts:
Itumbi Sues the Media Council of Kenya
Digital strategist and one of thee major influencers in president William Ruto's administration Dennis Itumbi has sued the Media Council of Kenya for defamation. Itumbi is clear that the media council of Kenya accused him of misreporting and misleading posts during the campaigns season. Here is a link: https://www.tv47.digital/news/article/318194/rutos-digital-strategist-dennis-itumbi-sues-media-council
JUST IN:MCK Gives Directives On What The Media Should Do in Order to Air Presidential Inauguration
The Media Council of Kenya has now taken the opportunity to address the allegations that some media will be locked out of airing president-elect William Ruto's Inauguration. According to their latest press statement, the council has given direction on what other media stations should do during the presidential inauguration.
Mama The Best: Media Personality Shaffie Weru Says As He Marks His Mother's 64th Birthday In Style
Mama, the best:Media personality Shaffie Weru marks his mother's 64th birthday,spends time with her. "I wish you blessings. Happy birthday Mrs. Arafa Karimi Kenji! The best mum ever!" Shaffie wrote. The renowned radio host was last year in March fired from Radio Africa-owned radio station Homeboyz Radio alongside radio presenter Neville and DJ Joe Mfalme over insensitive remarks.
Most Viewed TV Stations In Kenya And Their Owners
So many researches have been done to determine the audience of tv stations in Kenya. In the recent researches submitted by The Communication Authority of Kenya (CA), Media Council of Kenya (MCK) and other research bodies stated that only few media stations dominate in terms of audience.
Details Leaks of Raila's Meeting in His Private Karen Office As Fails to Show up in Bomas Till Now
According to reports, Raila Odinga is said to have made a surprised appearance at his private office in Karen. Further reports said that the security at Raila's office told journalists that Raila Odinga was hold up in a meeting,with Media Council of Kenya Chairman David Omwoyo.
Three Top Joumalists Attacked by Kilif County Government Staff as MCK Calls For Investigation
Journalists were attacked while covering protests/Courtesy The Media Council of Kenya has called for investigations into attacks on journalists that happened in Kilifi County. It has been reported that three journalists based in Kilin County were on Friday, 23rd December 2022, attacked by alleged Kilifi County staff while they were covering an event.
MCK Raises Concerns Over Differing Transmission of Presidential Results by Media
Media Council of Kenya as has raised concerns over Differing Presidential Results being transmitted by various media houses in Kenya. Through a press statement, has directed media houses to engage them so that they can come up with a synchronised way of transmitting the results to have causing tension in the country.
Details Emerge On Raila's Meeting On Monday Afternoon
Sources claim that Raila Odinga paid an unscheduled visit to his private office in Karen.Additional reports state that Raila's office security notified media that Raila Odinga was meeting with David Omwoyo, the chairman of the Media Council of Kenya. The security guards claim that they were not prepared for Raila's unannounced visit.
Media Council Of Kenya Breaks Their Silence Over Shooting Of A Pakistan Investigative Journalist
|Photo Courtesy of Pakistan Investigative Journalist Arshad Mohammed Shariff| The Media Council of Kenya (MCK) has this night broken their silence over the careless shooting incident of a Pakistan Investigative Journalist Arshad Mohammed Shariff in Kajiado county. MCK has expressed it's high concern over the reckless killings of journalists while in Kenya.
Kasavuli's family requests assistance to pay a substantial hospital bill
The late journalist Catherine Kasavuli's family is asking Kenyans for assistance in raising money to pay her medical bills, which accumulated during her treatment and hospital stay. According to the family, the total medical debt at the Nairobi Hospital and the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) is Ksh4 million.
Media Council Of Kenya Condemns Killing Of Standard Journalist Mr. Musa Okiror On Wednesday
The Media Council of Kenya (MCK) has condemned the killing of Standard Journalist Mr. Musa Okiror Omusolo on Wednesday, December 21, 2022. In a statement, MCK, which promotes and protects media freedom and independence, urged the police to speed up investigations and get to the bottom of the problem by arresting the killers.
Redcross melts Hearts Of Kenyans After Doing These To Eldoret Journalists
Despite their busy schedule amid of 9th August elections Uasin-Gishu journalists underwent life saving skills. The event that was facilitated by Media Council of Kenya(MCK) in conjunction with Kenya red cross saw journalists drawn from several media houses based in Uasin-Gishu undergoing the training. The journalists who have been playing a major role in gathering and disseminating information have sometimes been facing challenges while executing their duties as they sometimes encounter wild or hostile crowd
Different Results From Citizen TV and other media pressure the Kenyan Media Council to take action.
The Media Council of Kenya has taken action to rectify the issue after Kenyans expressed their worries and discontent with the inconsistent presidential results being presented by various media outlets that have been tallying the same. Media Council of Kenya has taken action to rectify the issue after Kenyans expressed their worries and discontent with the inconsistent presidential results being presented by various media outlets that have been tallying the same.
Big names like Dennis Itumbi, Miguna, and others deceived Kenyans during the general elections
For disseminating misleading information during the most recent general elections, some well-known Kenyans are facing legal action. The aforementioned people disseminated election-related information that misled Kenyans, according to a study by the Media Council of Kenya on the general elections in 2022. Digital media strategist Dennis Itumbi, journalist Mac Otani, newly elected Kileleshwa MCA and blogger Robert Alai, senior attorney Ahmednasir Abdullahi, Nairobi senator and ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna, Dikembe Diseme, and Miguna Miguna are some of the individuals who have been impacted.
NTV Journalists Assaulted By Dorcas Gachagua's Security In Murang'a (Video)
Journalists and many other media personel have been facing hardships in their line of duty as they try as much to makes updated on matters affecting us and what's breaking. The Media Council of Kenya has been advocating for respect to these important personel. Today in Murang'a two media personel (Mwangi Muiruri and Martin Mwaura)for Nation Media Group have been assaulted security guards for Deputy President's wife.The two had gone to cover an event in Murang'a County where the Second Lady was scheduled to the distribute relief food in the hunger-stricken area.
Journalist Assaulted By A Police Officer In Muranga
Emerging details this late evening reveals that reports on the journalist identified as Muiruri Mwangi who was assaulted by a police officer attached to Deputy President Gachagua's wife in Muranga has taken a new twist after the preliminary reports reveals that he lost a phone and KSh 55 after assaulted by Dorcas Rigathi's officers.
MCK plead with the public, police and security of VIPs to recognise the use of phones by journalists
The Media Council of Kenya (MCK) has asked the public, police officers and security of VIPs and VVIPs to recognise the use of mobile phones by journalists in their line of duty In a press release dated Monday, November 28, MCK Chief Executive Officer David Omwoyo argued that phones were professional equipment in the industry.
MCK Calls for JSC ‘Urgent Intervention’ After Tuko Editor Jailed
The Media Council of Kenya (MCK) has written to Chief Justice Martha Koome requesting her prompt assistance in the Tuesday imprisonment of Didacus Malowa, a senior editor for Tuko, for disobeying a High Court order. Malowa was given a five-day prison sentence for allegedly refusing to accept responsibility for a news story that the digital publisher had incorrectly reported after being ordered to do so by Senior Principal Magistrate Eunice Nyutu.
Details Emergy Showing What The Following Distinguished Journalists Were Doing Before Their Arrest
Three journalists based in Kilifi County were attacked Friday and their work equipment vandalized. Under three; Daily Nation's Maureen Ongala, Star Newspaper's Elias Yaa, and Daniel Peshu are on a mission where locals are protesting against Governor Gideon Mungaro's administration for allegedly recruiting two brothers in Marsabit County.