Kenyans on social media are not a happy lot after Julie Gichuru made up a fake quote, alleging that CNN Business Journalist Richard Quest had made the same statements.
After the fake quote, Richard Quest embarrassed Julie Gichuru by tweeting her and insisting that he had not made such statements. After being trolled by KOT and out of embarrassment, Julie Gichuru deleted the tweet and apologized.
But for Keen Kenyans, the Brand Kenya controversy revived
The editor of this website has always questioned the brand Kenya mediocrity and insisted that those serving there doing nothing but just eating taxpayers money by engaging in cheap marketing stunts on quoting fake tweets to stay relevant and justify their millions in salaries and allowances.
We once recently raised an issue of the appointment of Chris Kirubi, Julie Gichuru and Geoffrey Shimanyula, all who have a previous history working together, and were definitely eyeing the opportunity to meddle in the day-to-day operations of Brand Kenya Board but people ignored us.
For brand Kenya to move forward and do great things, these three must be purged.
Here are some views from Kenyans about brand Kenya
Julie and her Brand Kenya people really sit in an office and make up fake quotes and get paid millions of your taxes. Finesse.
— ??♂️ (@sickolia_) October 25, 2018