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Machakos Governor, Alfred Mutua Storms KTN News Live Recording (Video)

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Machakos Governor, Dr Alfred Mutua
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Dr. Alfred Mutua on a campaign tour. / DR ALFRED MUTUA FACEBOOK

Machakos Governor, Dr Alfred Mutua on Tuesday interrupted a live KTN News interview accompanied by his supporters.

The live recording was happening at the Mulu Mutisya grounds where the governor brought all the proceedings to a stand still.

Mutua who is looking to win the governor race said he received word that ‘people were going to attack the KTN News team.’

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Mutua told KTN’s Mashirima Kapombe that his supporters were angered by people who were bashing him in his ‘own backyard.’

Dr Mutunga, one of the panelists on the show had criticized Mr Mutua saying he was only good at pulling ‘public relations stunts.’

”This is the only county in Kenya where we had a presidential function to officially unveil public toilets,” Mutunga said.

The governor had been invited for the interview but did not confirm his attendance.

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Defending himself, the Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader said the interview organizers should have done a better job of reaching him instead of sending a text message.

Mutua who has endorsed President Kenyatta’s re-election bid will be going up against Wiper’s Wavinya Ndeti in the August poll.

Here is the video:

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