Why the BBC has contacted Victor Kinuthia

BESIEGED: Inooro TV reporter Victor Kinuthia/Facebook.

Royal Media Services (RMS) employee Victor Kinuthia has sailed into global attention after he was critically accused of poor reporting.

By Oyamo Beauttah

The Murang’a based reporter was trolled by netizens on social media on Sunday evening after his live reporting went foul.

Victor was reporting on Kiharu’s MP Ndindi Nyoro arrest and the subsequent chaos of his supporters who burnt tyres and called for Nyoro’s release.

A determined Victor has now taken to his Facebook account revealing that London-based British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC) had contacted him for an interview after he trended for a fair part of Monday.

“After trending top tweets, BBC World Service radio in London gave me a call asking for an interview from me in regards to why am trending. My story of encouragement will be hitting the airwaves across the world in 2hrs time.
Stay tuned n be blessed,” posted Victor.

Victor has also received inspiration from influential persons among them Citizen Tv anchor Hussein Mohammed and his friend Ndindi Nyoro.

Hussein hinted at how journalists have a hard time given that they broadcast their mistake. Even though details of the phone call remain scanty, Victor may soon soar from grass to grace.

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