Leader of Majority in the Senate and Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen on Sunday took a swipe at NTV boss, Linus Kaikai who he said was a partisan journalist.
Kaikai was interviewing Inspector General of Police, Joseph Boinnet on matters police brutality.
According to the Senator, Linus’ line of questioning was biased and came across as if he was a NASA supporter.
In a tweet, the newly elected Leader of Majority in the Senate said: ”My friend Linus Kaikai, when you are done with the interview, don’t forget to close with the words TIBIM and TIALALA!”
— KIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN, E.G.H (@kipmurkomen) October 1, 2017
Some Kenyans were of Murkomen’s opinion and said:
I learnt about him from 2013 presidential debate. He's an opposition activist in disguise.
— Mburu Karanja (@mburukar) October 1, 2017
According to Boinnet the recent assault on University of Nairobi students was the police using the necessary force upon invitation by the University management.
He said that Kenyans should not judge the entire police force based on a three minute video doing rounds on Social media.
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