Ati talk shows…HAHAHA

Our media personalities are so shady! What they give us are not talk shows…cause the hosts are never impartial! Take Louis Otieno for example, a reader notes that a recent show with Akaranga, Jirongo and Wanjala Louis was killing all shots aimed at the PM!! Loius is not the only one, we all know tonight from 8.30 PM is when Ramah shows us how much he doesn’t know!

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6 responses to this post.

  1. I know Rama isn’t supposed to express his opinion when he does news and shit…but Gotdamn! You’ve gotta love the way the dude expresses himself well and strongly at that…..I big him up! Nuff respect!

    Pamoja!!!

  2. Posted by fifi on January 21, 2010 at 7:54 am

    huh?love?are you kidding me!this kid is annoying!aaa!you can sense his struggles to pull a Richard Quest fused with this other retard Louis Otieno!nkt! he should just shut up and read his script period!

  3. Posted by MIKE on January 21, 2010 at 8:58 am

    WORD IS….TOM MBOYA IS SOON COMING BACK TO CITIZEN TV…..

  4. Posted by jimlik on January 21, 2010 at 9:18 am

    Changes at nation media grp

    1 Nick Wachira, who has just returned from studies abroad, has been appointed managing editor of The EastAfrican. Nick has been managing editor of the Business Daily.
    2 Joe Mbuthia becomes the production editor. He has been the provincial and portal editor, Coast Region.
    3 Benjamin Ouma assumes new responsibility as deputy chief sub-editor of the Saturday Nation, moving from the post of provincial news editor, North Rift.
    4 Patrick Mayoyo, who has been the Kisumu-based provincial news editor, becomes deputy news editor in Nairobi.
    5 Sammy Wambua takes up a new assignment as associate editor in charge of features. He will be responsible for driving new features inserts planned for the Nations.
    6 Andrew Ngwiri, who has been associate editor in charge of Op-ed, becomes senior editor but will continue to handle the opinion section.
    7 Henry Owuor becomes foreign and diplomatic editor.
    8 Bernard Namunane has been promoted to chief political writer.
    9 Samuel Siringi, who has been education editor, has been appointed assignments editor. He will be responsible for generating content for overnight pages.
    10 Luke Mulunda becomes business editor of Daily Nation, overseeing daily business coverage and production of Smart Company and Money.
    11 Muna Wahome becomes business editor in charge of the weekend editions, overseeing business coverage for Saturday and Sunday Nations.
    12 Rogers Mogusu, previously a graphic designer in Marketing Department, moves to Editorial Department as the chief graphic designer.
    13 Gatonye Gathura has been promoted to chief science writer, and will be responsible for coordinating science and health reportage for the Nations.
    14 Judy Ogecha becomes magazine editor in charge of Living magazine.
    15 Isaiah Oduor Ouma has been promoted to senior sub editor responsible for overnight/advance pages.
    16 David Maina has also been promoted to senior sub editor responsible for editions.
    17 Mary Wasike, formerly editions editor, has been appointed revise editor on the main Subs Desk.
    18 Ruth Lubembe will join the newly-established Quality Desk, with the responsibility of rewriting and cross-checking features stories.
    19 Bernard Mwinzi, who has been a sub editor at the main Subs Desk, moves to features section in the same capacity.

  5. Posted by meme on January 21, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    Ati ruth @ quality desk? good for her, but she shud b brought back to Wednesday magazine, she rocks.
    ABT MAGESHA(ANDREW) NGWIRI, THE DUDE SHUD JUST BE LEFT ALONE TO HIS ALCOHOL AND HANGOVERS.SOMEBODY SHUD GIVE HIM A COLUMN!HE WASNT VERY BAD, HE WAS QUITE GOOD AT IT…GIVE HIM BACK HIS COLUMN

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