James Onywera: fair reporting is what we demand.the media mostly focuses on the negatives in luo nyanza.
Okemba Joseph: Pride really comes before a fall n Julie I assure you that you are now finished completely. I thought going to school makes one wise and more so as a public figure you have to be neutral in when broadcasting but we only see you attacking the opposition as if you are also a politician. Have you started smoking what Moses Kuria smokes or is it part of the drugs Uhuru purported to have destroyed in mwambasa that you in hailed? We need an apology or else we are going to beat a homestead here all this month or year. You have really entered my eyes
Mzizi Mzizima We accept and move on. Please do the same. Just accept that kenyans are unable to govern their own right to freedom of expression. We are like chicken which have been cooped up indoors for long and when let loose they go flying all over. We outsource reasoning and thinking to our politicians. What did you expect?
Mildred Odongo This is what comes with open bias journalism. Am sure this story would have been received well were it not for the comment by Julie. It is a good story and it was meant to highlight the plight of women in Awasi which is sad and should be acted upon by not the leaders of Nyanza but the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Odhiambo Odhiambo Evans :You are a terible tribalist. Turning a blind eye to the chicken, donkey, goat raping in ur comunity. The jiger and Mungiki menance being order of the day being crowned by raping of own children and grand mamas. N u keep pocking us for minor problems. I hate Citizen, i hate anythng that has a tribalist like you. Ofer your leaders lecture first.
Rose Awiti: Thinking of creating a Julie Gichuru Hate Page. Anyone with me?
Edna Atieno Okiro: Did you say “diverts attention”? that is what you did when you brought in the referendum issue, you diverted attention from the main story line and pointed fingers albeit unconsciously on who is to blame. unconsciously showing your bias against the referendum. You are on national TV pick carefully any message you pass across whatever intention you have good or bad expect an equally strong backlash from either side of the divide. It wasnt your story, a good story well intended but just one comment turned it all around.
Ritchie Rich: Julie Gichuru, I know we always ride out storms but it would only help if you just posted an apology for the political undertones in the program! Granted that there is lots of truth in your story but the political angle destroyed a good story! Its turning ugly with the current political temperatures and you certainly dont want to be inluded with the likes of one Moses Kuria for incitement and Hate speech! Recant and apologise!
Govan Wyc Othim: We must first appriciate the fact tht men n woman of awasi hv sex with human beings n not animals.They do it for food which a good no. in koinage st do it 4.
Faith Nyar Ogaya: Julie i was once ua fan n u were a role model to me but when highlighting the plight of women in Awasi u ought to have remaind on track with the issue at hand your bringing politics into it aint gud n as a matter of fact u failed us as women of the luo nation… tribalism n politicking wen doing something gid turns the whole scenario ugly n thts wat im seeing here….
Mark Ochieng: #Wangari_i dont feel backward or poor,i feel rejuvnated and in high spirits! we dont sleep with chicken or drink till kingdom come!#Mwangi_she made it tribal, we r only serving her the same soup!#mama_ni wasetieko
Omondi Otieno HIV/AIDS is not only in nyanza, people are dying we are brothers & sisters in a country called kenya pliz let us all come 2gether & fight this deadly virus bt not airing fake stories that bring disunity among us.We are one
Frank Okello: When Kiambu and Nyeri men were rapping animals you never linked it to tyrany of numbers and political nonsense. I respect you July and i know you a devoted Christian who loves God but on these you stoop too low.
Wycliffe Obege Kumbe unakuanga mjinga hivyo! Didn’t have the slightest idea!
David Rapemo :Julie Gichuru we all agree that whatever you highlighted about the plight of the women in Awasi is an emergency if it is true, but the problem here is just how Citizen have become tribal. Since when did the problems of Nyanza people become their own problems not Uhuru’s duty, I nolonger watch citizen Tv though it is the only kenyan chanel I have in my Decoder in Daresalaam and God willing one of this fine days we will have to do something about your stations in Nyanza. Shame on you!!!!
Micah Richards: O Disparity exist everywhere..People have different abilities of living..The AWASI you are mentioning is the home of SUGAR based industries with a cool weather favourable for agriculture..Our people are not lazy,they work extremely hard..The avast wealth in the Lake makes us comfortable coz we have never sought for AID..Some people brag because the govt policies usually favour them..NYANZA people have never been favoured by the govt because of their LIBERAL mindedness and we”ve have beensurviving..
Susan Oduor: #Bernadette go help your pple from beastillity and land issues first, then come back and talk about other counties is so unfortunate that u have idps n yet your journalists are making noises about water
Wilfred Obonyo: Mumbilee thinks they are super human beings poverty is in every corner of this county but now we have counties government’s in place thanks to the second liberator like BABA Raila when people were fighting for the repeal of section 2 A mumbilee said repealing section 2 A is like cutting a mugumo tree with a razor now they are now enjoying the fruits they should eat pole pole stop voting on us now we are fighting for more resources to go to counties#OKOAKENYA
George Owira JaUsonga: Fie Fie Old Woman! You’re the Most Tribal Cur that ever kept with human!!
Enyd Lyn The bitterness here is real… Some misdirected tho
Francis Charles: gichuru ths r not political bullies as u say bt ur fans,u v always been tribal,u just wanted it to b known finally,we now know,thank u.
Amimo Kosewe: #JulieGichuru must know that charity begins at home and be bold enough to highlight the shame, victim-hood and rape that is constantly meted on poultry, livestock & 90+ yrs grannies in her backyard of Mt. Kenya before exporting her chauvinistic lyrics to Kavirondo to spite Luos or Luo women. She must be told that even in the worst case scenario & for whatever reason, mating between & amongst human beings is more tolerable than human beings always visiting unnatural acts on chicken, goats, sheep, donkeys, et al.
Eugene Neito: the idea was good bt you always address issues of jiggers,alcoholism that kill ‘your people’ bt i havent heard you blaming your political leadership on tackling the problem instead of concentrating on ICC issue that isnt affecting a common citizen bt affect an individual. So its a problem that you never had some sympathy to your fellow women bt you wanted to laugh them off.
Gael Alden: if your tongue betrayed your thoughts, just apologize and move on, don’t make things worse. YOU CANT WIN THIS ONE
Follow the conversation on Julie’s page HERE