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Major political coalition resolves to boycott leading media house
By Grapevine | Updated Nov 10, 2017 at 14:49 EAT
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SUMMARY
  • one of the major political coalitions have resolved to ask leaders and political analysts to keep off all the Radio and TV stations belonging to a leading media house
  •  The decision was reached after the powers that be in the coalition raised concerns about the owner of the media house

Strategists of one of the major political coalition in the country have resolved to ask leaders and political analysts allied to their outfit to keep off all the Radio and TV stations belonging to a leading media house.

Grapevine understands that the decision was reached after the powers that be in the coalition raised concern that the owner of the media house, a tycoon was one of the major people that bankrolled the campaigns of their opponents.

The move according to sources privy to the on-goings at the party is meant to teach the proprietor of the media group a lesson.

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