U.S. Slams Kenyan Govt for Pulling Plug on TV Stations

The United States has accused the government of intimidating and restricting the media. This follows the closure of three major TV stations for the the live broadcast of the "swearing-in" of opposition National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga, as the people's president. The High Court has however suspended the shutdown for 14 days pending a hearing to challenge the order, The East African reports.



Blank screens of leading television stations NTV, Citizen and KTN and a live K24 one in the Nation newsrom on February 2.

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