Kenyan Govt Refuses to Restore TV Stations' Signals

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, has entered its seventh day, despite the High Court suspending the shutdown for 14 days pending a hearing to challenge the order on February 1.

  • Kenya:   TV Station Gag Enters Day 7

    Nation, 5 February 2018

    The shutdown of NTV, Citizen and KTN enters day seven on Monday, with the Communications Authority showing no signs of obeying a court order directing it to allow the TV stations… Read more »

Journalists camp outside Nation Centre on January 31, 2018 following reports that police wanted to arrest NTV Managing Editor Linuis Kaikai.


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