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Media Houses Count Billions In Losses In The Aftermath Of Shutdown


Media Houses Count Billions In Losses In The Aftermath Of Shutdown

The decision by the three evil big sisters to defy government's order not to air live the swearing in of Raila Odinga has had negative impacts they did not project.
The government made true its threat that it would shut down any media house airing the event. Citizen TV, NTV and KTN were all put off air when their transmitters in Limuru were shut down by the Communication Authority of Kenya.
No explanation has been produced by government on that decision and the media houses have said they do not understand the mistake they had made.
The shutdown meant billions in losses of advertisement revenue as the television stations were off all day.
Many have projected that the media houses will move to court to seek compensation. Many lawyers have also advised them so.


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