Azziad manager explains why she ran away from radio interview

Popular social media personality Azziad Nasenya walked out of a live interview with Mwende Macharia of Radio Maisha after being asked about her alleged firing from Talanta Hela Council. The incident, which was captured on a TikTok live stream from the radio station, sparked a debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy.

Nasenya and Macharia had reportedly agreed not to discuss the firing during the interview. However, Macharia broached the topic anyway, asking Nasenya if she had been fired from Talanta Hela Council. Nasenya immediately expressed her displeasure, clearly indicating that she felt uncomfortable with the line of inquiry.

“I’m not comfortable talking about this,” she said. “We agreed not to discuss this.”

Macharia persisted, asking Nasenya if she could provide any details about her firing. Nasenya refused to answer, and she eventually walked out of the studio.

The incident has sparked a debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy. Some people have argued that Macharia was within her rights to ask Nasenya about her firing, while others have said that she violated Nasenya’s privacy by asking about a sensitive topic that they had agreed not to discuss.

Nasenya has not commented on the incident, but she has since shared a post on social media in which she thanked her fans for their support.

The incident highlights the delicate balance between a journalist’s responsibility to ask probing questions and respecting the interviewee’s boundaries. It is also a reminder that social media can be a powerful tool for people to express their opinions and share their stories.

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