Speculations Rife After Anticipated Inooro TV Interview Declared Fake

  • A file image of a poster declared fake by Inooro TV
    A file image of a poster declared fake by Inooro TV
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  • On Wednesday evening, October 7, a highly anticipated interview pitting Murang'a Woman Rep Sabina Chege and Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, was declared fake.

    The two legislators had posted earlier that they would be interviewed by Inooro TV's Michael Njenga and his counterpart Wangechi wa Muriuki on the show.

    However, just moments before the show, Inooro TV stated that the poster in circulation was fake.

    Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro during the Mizani Africa report release at Serena Hotel on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
    Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro during the Mizani Africa report release at Serena Hotel on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
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    "We would like to notify you that a poster that has been making rounds on social media is fake, and Inooro TV has not scheduled an interview with the two legislators," the station wrote on its social media pages.

    Additionally, Inooro TV indicated that they would be interviewing Ndia MP George Kariuki and lawyer Edward Muriu, where the two would discuss matters regarding the Mt Kenya region.

    Prior to Inooro's post, Nyoro had requested Ms Chege to carry her phone where he would probe a number of issues.

    "I'm set for Ndurumeni Show on Inooro tonight with Hon Sabina Wanjiru, and I request that she carries her phone for referencing a few things. In a nutshell, the violence was a joint venture between Interior and contributions from individual politicians," Nyoro had stated.

    From his post, Nyoro indicated that he would delve into the issue around Murang'a violence that claimed the lives of two in Murang'a County.

    Following the clarification by Inooro TV, Kandara MP Alice Wahome has since reacted, claiming that there must have been an order not to air the show.

    The Tangatanga and Kieleweke youth clashed at Kenol on the Thika-Murang’a highway on Sunday morning, ahead of Deputy President William Ruto's visit.

    The scuffle in Murang'a started when a group of rowdy youth blocked the highway at Kenol, and started engaging their 'political' rivals in running battles.

    Following the incident, Inspector-General of Police Hilary Mutyambai ordered for the arrest of Nyoro and Wahome.

    The IG stated that the two mobilised goons who caused mayhem at Kenol.

    "This poster has been online all day but Citizen and Inooro have realized about it so late... actually past the time the interview was supposed to begin. We are either a failed state when it comes to intelligence, "she stated.

    Murang'a Woman Rep Sabina Chege during a health committee sitting on Wednesday, March 11
    Murang'a Woman Rep Sabina Chege during a health committee sitting on Wednesday, March 11
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