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KALONZO MUSYOKA’S ‘FRENEMY’ WEDS LONG TIME LOVE

QTV reporter Ken Murithi and his bride Diana Amunga Ochami dance at their wedding reception at Loreto Convent Valley Road in Nairobi. PHOTO | WACHIRA MWANGI
QTV reporter Ken Murithi and his bride Diana Amunga Ochami dance at their wedding reception at Loreto Convent Valley Road in Nairobi. PHOTO | WACHIRA MWANGI

QTV journalist Ken Murithi on Saturday tied the knot with his long time love Diana Amunga Ochami.

The couple held their wedding reception at Loreto Convent Valley Raod in Nairobi

Mr Murithi was the recipient of a tribal banter by former Vice President and Cord Kalonzo Musyoka back in April 2014.

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The journalist had asked the coalition leader to explain alternative solutions for what he had termed as “failures” of the Jubilee Government.

However Mr Musyoka asked the journalist to identify himself, after which he declined to answer the question that had been posed to him.

PHOTO | COURTESY

PHOTO | COURTESY

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Mr Musyoka dismissed the journalist’s question in the press conference, saying he has a “betraying” name.

Within minutes, the phrase #SomeoneTellKalonzoMusyoka was trending on Twitter.

The conversation:

Murithi: “All what you are saying is what is wrong with the government, you are not providing alternative leadership as Cord. You are not saying this is wrong. This is how it should be done.”

Kalonzo Musyoka: “You know young man; you are entitled to asking, first of all I didn’t even get your name.”

Murithi: “My name is Kennedy Murithi from Nation Media Group.”

Kalonzo Musyoka: Thank you Murithi, that name betrays it all, I have nothing else to say. Absolutely, I have nothing to say.”

Later, the reporter confronted the former VP to ask why he responded the way he did to which he said: “I am sorry if I am wrong. We can do this over tea.”

His reply drew laughter from other journalists covering the event.

Mr Musyoka later apologised for his comment saying it was on a light touch and not intended to demean or cause animosity.

The journalist however insisted that Mr Kalonzo had not apologised to him.

-nairobinews.nation.co.ke

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