@Ali and @Kiama, the word is politricks.
Reporting politics obsessively for personal and paid interest. This is
where I fault the media. They know themselves.
This trend does not benefit the professional media or the followers but
rather brings selfish political games to your channel.
On Feb 1, 2018 9:50 AM, \”Mutemi wa Kiama\” <email@example.com> wrote:
Don\’t report politics? Don\’t report corruption, mismanagement, theft of
public resources, abuse of office? Don\’t report LIFE in Kenya is what you
are saying. You want to stay in your ignorance perch and enjoy your comfort
zones. Thing is, you won\’t know what hits you when it crumbles.
#LestWeForget: When local TV stations were arbitrary switched off during
digital migration, notwithstanding that the global deadline was over a year
away providing room for negotiation & structured migration, the CS in
charge of information/ICT was… drum roll… incidentally, one Fred
Let\’s keep feeding the pet python by doing nothing, after all, we are not
media. No way internet can be shut down surely!
Thoughts become things… choose the good ones!
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On 1 Feb 2018 09:02, \”Dorcas Muthoni via kictanet\” <