This election period has been characterised by many television interviews about how exactly the political ship is sailing.
We usually watch heated debates as panelists of the ruling party or opposition tear and deconstruct each other verbally to prove a point.
Debates and interviews have been a major and the best way for each party to meet in a civilized manner and talk their way forward about matters politics, straighten out issues and make the general public out here to get some political matters as they really are.
We too have seen some political interview gone wrong, panelists walking out of the interview, panelists going to the extent of going personal and almost fighting, panelists literary “catching feelings” when the debate burns alittle bit more hotter and many other scenarios.
But with all this drama, we have seen some panelists who have the composure, resilience, positive aggression and good understanding of the subject matter and made the show worth watching.
They are hated and loved in equal measure because not necessarily do they represent everybody’s interest.
Here is the list.
1. Miguna Miguna
2. Prof Kisiangani
3. Charles kanjama
4. Nelson Havi
5. Otiende Amollo
6. Prof. Macharia Munene
7. David Ndii
8. Scheaffer Okore
9. Barrack Muluka
10. Prof. Macharia Munene