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Zubeida Kananu picked to moderate another debate

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KTN News anchor, Zubeida Kananu Koome, has been picked for the second opportunity to direct the 2022 Deputy Presidential Debate scheduled for Tuesday, July 19, at the Catholic University for Eastern Africa (CUEA).

In a press explanation delivered by the Presidential Debates Secretariat on Tuesday, July 19, Zubeida will direct the discussion close by Citizen TV’s Francis Gachuri in the primary discussion that will highlight up-and-comers who have surveyed under five percent in three late assessments of public sentiment (Roots party’s Justina Wamae and Agano’s Ruth Mutua).

A file image of Zubeida Kananu
A file image of Zubeida Kananu

The secretariat reported the progressions supplanting TV47’s Linda Alela and KBC’s John Jacob Kioria, who had been prepared to direct the meeting.

“The mediators have been chosen in light of a thorough standards that withstands to, in addition to other things, the standards of unprejudiced nature, decency and objectivity, a solid comprehension of the Kenyan political scene and the significant issues of this political decision,” read piece of the assertion.

The Secretariat affirmed that the inquiries will be chosen in a fair way and won’t be shared among the competitors.

“We repeat that under the Presidential Debates Guidelines, the arbitrators will choose the inquiries to be posed, and will not have something similar with the competitors. They won’t meet with any of the mission groups or the applicants.”

The subsequent discussion, including up-and-comers who have surveyed over five percent in three ongoing assessments of public sentiment, will in any case be directed by Sophia Wanuna of KTN News and James Smart of NTV. This will include Kenya Kwanza’s Rigathi Gachagua and Azimio la Umoja’s Martha Karua.

Resident TV’s Trevor Ombija will direct the board conversations for the two discussions.

This will be the second time that Zubeida will direct a discussion after the Nairobi gubernatorial one that prompted a warmed trade between the writer and Nairobi Senator, Johnson Arthur Sakaja.

The trade between the couple evoked blended responses from Kenyans online as a few punched holes into Zubeida’s selection of inquiries while others shielded her lead during the meeting.

“Azimio la Umoja up-and-comer Polycarp Igathe cast slanders on Sakaja Johnson’s personality and Zubeida Kananu offered the Senator a chance to answer. I figure Sakaja ought to have stayed even tempered, beguiling disposition and answered during the Nairobi gubernatorial discussion.

“Some of you calling Zubeida unprintable names here is unjustifiable. She was taking care of her business the most ideal way she could at that point. There are better approaches to showing disappointment by they way somebody, anybody handles an issue. Study to fabricate not to destroy,” Citizen TV’s Mashirima Kapombe said something regarding the matter.

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