JEFF KOINANGE abandons KTN & apologises to Kenyans over MIGUNA/ PASSARIS spat

.. accused Miguna, an Osgoode law scholar, of being a male chauvinist and said that he had no respect for women for insulting Passaris.

"Anyone who felt offended by the show between the two personalities should understand that it’s hard to control a live show but I apologise to anyone who felt aggrieved,” Jeff said on Thursday evening.


The former CNN journalist also hinted that the episode was his last show in KTN but did not give information on the next channel that will host his show.

"Thank you Kenya, 300 episodes and 10 million viewers for every episode is inspiring.”

“We appreciate you.”

“We will be back on another channel and will be bigger, just ensure you follow us on our social media accounts" said Jeff 

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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  1. No Jeff, No! That is a lame excuse. We know of other live shows where the host stops any guest from making any undesirable remark either about an other guest or anyone not on the show who can not therefore defend themselves on spot. Jeff had the machinery to stop Miguna Miguna by calling him out live on spot. We saw CNN take Tump to task head on on live debate or interview if he tried to use bad language or attack an ordinary citizen not participating in the elections save for voting.

  2. Make it not live, ie recorded to enable you edit before airing

  3. I bet it is Citizen TV.

  4. I hope you are going back to your roots K24.. On the bench all Kenyan all the time

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