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ELECTION 2022

MPs’ hostility to media was a sign of things to come

NAIROBI

The Jubilee-dominated National Assembly signaled their dislike for a free media when MPs agreed to kick journalists out of the Media Centre, ostensibly to make room for committee meetings.

MPs’ hostility to media was a sign of things to come

By ALPHONCE SHIUNDU | 8 years ago

It’s not in Parliament’s interest to appear intolerant

It’s not in Parliament’s interest to appear intolerant

It is unfortunate that the National Assembly, the institution Kenyans have trusted to honour and protect the country’s Constitution is now bent on breaking it whenever its naked self-interest is brought into question.

editorial | 8 years ago

Speaker defends journalists’ eviction from Parliament

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has explained that journalists had not been barred from covering parliamentary proceedings even as security officials ensured the media had restricted access into Parliament Buildings.

Allan Kisia, Abigael Sum and Geoffrey Mosoku | 8 years ago

MPs’ hostility to media was a sign of things to come

The Jubilee-dominated National Assembly signaled their dislike for a free media when MPs agreed to kick journalists out of the Media Centre, ostensibly to make room for committee meetings.

ALPHONCE SHIUNDU | 8 years ago

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