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Raila endorses NTV move to air the 2018 Fifa World Cup

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ODM party leader Raila Odinga has today endorsed NTV for airing the 2018 Fifa World Cup.

This move comes after newly-appointed Nation Media Group Chief Executive Officer Stephen Gitagama, the group’s Broadcast Division Managing Director Alex Kobia, NMG’s Head of Head-Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Clifford Machoka and Kwese General Manager Monicah Ndung’u visited his Capital Hill office.

The former Prime minister was happy with NTV-Kwese partnership to air all 32 games and urged all Kenyans to tune in and watch all matches exclusively on NTV.

During the visit Rail was able to recite off-head all the World cup winning teams from 1962 to 2014.

When asked about his favorite team,Raila Odinga named Germany as he has lived there for a very long time but he pledged to support african teams also.

He was then presented with a white jersey with his name on it.

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Slavian Mwangecho
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