Julie Gichuru Defends Mirfat, Saying Tujuane is Scripted

February 28, 2013

Tujuane is not scripted, so KTN says. Tujuane is scripted, so Julie Gichuru says. Who do you believe?
Mirfat, the lady who has caused a storm after her controversial date was first to claim that Tujuane is not real.

KTN then denied it, saying that the show is very real.

This was their statement yesterday.

 For our viewers, and those who have been watching the show from the onset, we have never scripted anything on our show. We set up dates for singles can make friendships which will we always hope will lead to real love. What Tujuane will never do, as is being alleged, is then tell individuals how to present themselves and how to behave. To what end? It’s unfortunate that under duress all manner of allegations have now been made. But for what it’s worth we shall continue matchmaking those who are looking for real love, and we will follow up on the couples Tujuane has been able to bring together in genuine love and friendship. When we came up with this concept, the first of its kind in Kenya, it was to bring singles who want to meet other singles for prospective friendships and love, and we will never tell you how to do that. 🙂 We keep it fresh, always!

Now, the lady who Mirfat claimed to work for, Julie Gichuru has added her voice on the matter. She expresses disappointment that people are now bullying the poor lady for what she calls a choreographed TV show. This is what she tweeted.

The current hideous and relentless online bullying of a young lady for a choreographed tv show is simply sad. We must reject #bullying
— Julie Gichuru (@juliegichuru) February 27, 2013

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