The memories of the killings of over 147 innocent lives in Garissa University two weeks ago have not yet been cleared from our minds. The heinous and gruesome terror attack by Al-Shabaab assailants has left more questions than answers. Citizens have been seeking to know why the government is sleeping on its main job of ensuring that every Kenyan is safe.
Ready to give some answers and clues to what might have transpired during the brutal killings, KTN has tasked itself to investigate the story and report to the many citizens who feel betrayed by the government they have bestowed their trust on.
On that note, KTN’s Hussein Mohammed’s Jitimai ya Ugaidi is one story that will be out to fully narrate all what happened at the Garissa University on the fateful day of the attack. Though the full video was not yet online by the time of this writing, the promo to it has caused a stir on twitter, and here is what KOT thought about the exposé.
When media goes to bed with politicians, you get Itumbis #JitimaiYaUgaidi
— Bio Banter (@Dusetuoir) April 20, 2015
— The Bonnie Dexter (@D_BonnieMJr) April 20, 2015
Lakini these guys are not serious… They recruit officers according to their dental formula, police walk posture and scars #JitimaiYaUgaidi
— Prime Mate (@iJMash) April 20, 2015
— Fattah El Kahuna (@Amor_Njuguna) April 20, 2015
I pay tax yet claim they is no petrol to do patrol in a terror warning time #JitimaiYaUgaidi
— kochez (@evansmburu33) April 20, 2015
— Alex Gitahi (@alex_gitahi) April 20, 2015
#JitimaiYaUgaidi The intelligence apparatus did their part. The senior police officers failed in their duties. They should resign.
— FESTUS SANGURA (@sangurafesto) April 20, 2015
If the govt police vehicle didnt have fuel,where will the fuel come from for the buses tht will transfer the daadab refugee #JitimaiYaUgaidi
— Follow Bwana Thuo (@lazzomint) April 20, 2015
— Jane (@jmunene_) April 20, 2015
— Eugene eugene (@ComradeEugene) April 20, 2015
Below is the promo to the story.