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Fred Matiangi addresses why Media houses were shut down by the Government

January 31, 2018 at 18:24
Fred Matiangi addresses why Media houses were shut down by the Government

After declaring the  National Resistance Movement (NRM)an organised criminal gang; Fred Matiangi has now shared a few reasons as to why most media houses where shut down.

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In statement by the  the Ministry of Internal Security and Coordination of National Government; Fred Matiangi says yesterday’s ‘swearing in’ of Raila Odinga was a well choreographed attempt to over throw the government.

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For this reason most media houses were shut down for failing to adhere to the orders from the government.

Matiangi says the media airing the event would have led to thousands of deaths of innocent Kenyans due to the incitement from the event.

He goes on to add that all media houses were briefed ahead of the illegal ceremony but most chose to ignore. For this reason the government has launched an investigation which will lead them to those who were working hand in hand with the NRM.

Thanks Kenyans for maintaining peace

He however concludes by thanking Kenyans for maintaining peace despite the controversial ceremony.





  1. BagathiWinston : January 31, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    Wow! a great move, Kenya requires such measures on these kind of unlawful scenarios

  2. Someone should start proofreading these articles.

    What is the title again?

  3. This guy should stop acting like this

  4. Kenya is going to the dictatorship days

  5. Just do your work Dr matiang’

  6. mating'i enemy : February 1, 2018 at 11:42 am

    you are cursed Fool!Go to Hell!!

  7. That’s pure wisdom, God directed n moving towards the right direction

  8. why did u deny the right of media to put in public even though it wasn’t legal ceremony, so btn u, the govt en raila who must we blem?

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