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.
High Court Orders State to Restore Signals for 3 TV Stations
Nation, 1 February 2018
The High Court has ordered the government to immediately restore all TV transmissions for three private stations which were shut down on Tuesday pending the hearing of a suit filed… Read more »
High Court Orders State to Restore Signals for Three TV Stations
Nairobi News, 1 February 2018
High Court Judge Chacha Mwita has directed the government and the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) to restore signals for three television stations which were shutdown on… Read more »
Get NTV, KTN News and Citizen TV Back On-Air Forthwith, Court Orders
Capital FM, 1 February 2018
The High Court has ordered the restoration of Citizen TV, NTV and KTN News' transmissions pending the hearing of a petition filed by Human Rights activist Okiya Omtatah. Read more »
Matiang'i Says 3 TV Stations to Remain Shut Pending Probe
Nation, 31 January 2018
The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National government, Dr Fred Matiang'i, has said that three local TV stations shut down Tuesday by the Communications… Read more »
Minister Says NTV, KTN and Citizen TV to Remain Off Air
Capital FM, 31 January 2018
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi says NTV, KTN News and Citizen TV that were taken off-air Tuesday will not be allowed to operate until investigations on their alleged… Read more »
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi
Royal Media Services Speaks Out On TV Station Switch Off
Nairobi News, 30 January 2018
Royal Media Services has spoken out after its television station and some of its FM stations were inexplicably switched off on Tuesday morning. Read more »
The 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 ... see more »
Citizen TV and NTV Go Off Air On Odinga's 'Swearing-In' Day
Kenyans on Twitter expressed mixed reactions after two popular local TV stations unceremoniously went off air on Tuesday morning. Read more »
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".
A key security committee decided that police should be withdrawn from Uhuru Park and allow the opposition alliance Nada to 'swear in' Raila Odinga, the Daily Nation reports. ... Read more »
This development coincides with an announcement by opposition coalition Nasa, that they will use the day to swear in leader Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka as the "People's ... Read more »
"This is no joke. An illegitimate government is in office, and the one that the people actually wanted to be there is outside. On January 30, we will end this," he said. Read more »
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