KTN Journalist Attacked after Making Shameful Comment on Repeat Election

The media personality, shared his view on Twitter calling Aukot and the law sideshows that the Kenyan media is focusing on instead of talking about the constitutional crisis that the country is facing.

Presidential candidate Ekuru Aukot was not at all pleased by this sentiment and responded by telling Dennis to stick to his lane while questioning his definition of the term “Constitutional crisis.”

However, Dennis is not one to take a blow lying down. The anchor who was recently hospitalized after a tragic accident told the presidential candidate that due to his career in journalism, he was in better position to explain it to the masses than Aukot ever could.

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