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KTN’s Joe Ageyo denies TNA link doing rounds on social media

By Standard Reporter | September 1st 2016

The fake campaign poster doing rounds on Social Media

KTN’s Managing Editor Joe Ageyo has denied rumours circulating on social media alleging that he is interested in running for a parliamentary seat in Bondo Constituency. He says that those are detractors only interested in maligning his good work.

In a statement posted on his social media page he said, “Over the last 24 hours, I have received inquiries from far and wide regarding certain malicious posts on social media about myself. If I didn’t care so much about the millions of Kenyans who have supported my work as a journalist for the last 18 years, I would not have dignified those posts by a response. ”

He further added that he greatly respects his work and would not want to torture his supporters with endless guesswork about his professional standing.

“To be clear, I do not come from Bondo Constituency. I have the best job in the world that I do not intend to trade for any other. The only election-related plan I have is to ensure that KTN News, the country’s only 24-hour news channel, whose founding editor I am, has the best election coverage in the country come next year,” he concluded. 

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