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Mohamed Ali Accuses Top KTN Editors Of Stifling Media Independence

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Mohamed ali

Nyali Member of Parliament and former journalist Mohamed Ali famed for doing investigative pieces has accused former employer KTN stating that its senior editors were killing stories before they are aired.

He accused Joe Ageyo, Joe Munene and Joe Odindo saying that they suppressed the independence of journalists at the station and that they should go home.He also said that the journalist who have now been dubbed ‘githeri media’ were innocent and only played to the tune of the senior editors.

He accused KTN news of photoshop during the polls to insinuate that he had not heeded to the call by Raila Odinga to boycott the elections yet he was his mentor.

Mohamed Ali said that the Photoshop was orchestrated by the three senior editors who he had adversely mentioned on his resignation for stifling his efforts to air injustices with the investigative reports that he was doing at the media house.

The legislators rant was also fueled by the fact that his former colleague Dennis Onsarigo who also does the investigative reports for the the same media house KTN took to twitter to say that a piece that he had prepared  on the events that followed the murder of IIEBC ICT manager manager Chris Musando.

The piece was to be aired two days before the fresh elections, Mohamed Ali was seen comforting the former colleague encouraging him not to give up his quest for justice.

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His former colleague and renowned journalist James Smart also echoed the sentiments of the Nyali legislator but supported KTN News  senior editor Joe Ageyo  but had a different vie of Joe Munene saying that he was as

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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