NTV journalist Rukia Bulle speaks after Magoha offensive remarks
NTV writer Rukia Bulle has valued the web-based local area for sharing inspiring messages after she was exposed to strict profiling by Cabinet Secretary George Magoha.
The youthful writer shared a brief video on TikTok offering her thanks to companions, family and web-based entertainment devotees for feeling for her at that point.
“I simply needed to come on here and say thank you to anybody who removed the time from their day to send me pleasant messages or to determine the status of me. All your help doesn’t be ignored. We’ll continue flourishing paying little heed to whatever is tossed our direction,” Rukia said in the video.
Magoha offensive remarks to Rukia Bulle
Throughout the previous few days the CS has been enduring an onslaught for remarks credited to him which seemed to connect Rukia with the prohibited Al Shabaab fear monger association.
Prof Magoha offered the comments while answering an inquiry from the columnist when he directed a service to establish a groundwork stone for the second period of the development of Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) middle school homerooms at Pumwani Girls and Pumwani Boys Secondary Schools in Nairobi.
The comments have created a public ruckus with Muslim pioneers and ministers censuring the CS for his expressions. The Media Council of Kenya (MCK) has additionally approached the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NICC) to gather the CS for addressing.