Kenyan Court Suspends TV Stations' Shutdown - For Now

A Kenyan court has suspended the shutdown of television stations for 14 days pending a hearing of the case challenging the switch off, according to The East African. Earlier Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi said NTV, KTN News and Citizen TV - which were taken off-air on Tuesday - will not be allowed to operate until investigations into their alleged involvement in opposition activities are complete.

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Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi

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Kenya's Communications Authority switched off NTV and Citizen TV on ADN transmission site in Limuru ahead of planned swearing in of Nasa's Raila Odinga as the "people's president".

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