DSTV, KBC Ruto's Inauguration granted exclusive coverage, other media to buy feed
William Ruto inauguration live tv channels

William Ruto's inauguration as president will be broadcast live on a pop-up channel owned by Multi-Choice and KBC only.

The swearing-in of William Ruto will take place on Tuesday, September 11.

As a result of the Supreme Court's recent confirmation of his victory, Ruto will be sworn in on Tuesday, September 13.

The local media will receive a feed from KBC and Multichoice, who will have the exclusive right to cover, unlike previous national events where the local media had the sole right to cover.

William Ruto inauguration live tv channels

This development was confirmed by DSTV via Twitter, who stated:
" It is true that a pop-up channel 197 for the Kenyan Presidential Inauguration will launch on September 13, 2022, then shut down on September 14, 2022."

Another Post on William Ruto's Inauguration by KBC Teases Kenyans with "Unmatched Coverage."

The channel will only be accessible via DSTV, not GoTv, according to the broadcaster.

Following reports that it will give other local stations with live feeds during the ceremony on Tuesday, September 13, KBC confirmed that it would cover it and teased Kenyans with a post on William Ruto's swearing-in.

William Ruto inauguration live tv channels

The national broadcaster published a banner on its social media channels with images of the incoming president, William Ruto, and his running mate, Rigathi Gachagua.

More than 20 heads of state are anticipated to attend the much awaited inauguration, and it claimed to offer the best coverage.

The station tweeted, "We will offer you the greatest coverage of President-Elect Dr. William Ruto's swearing-in on Tuesday. #TheGreatKBC."

At least 20 presidents and heads of state have confirmed that they will attend the swearing-in ceremony for President-elect William Ruto, according to Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.

At least 60,000 Kenyans, according to Kibicho, are anticipated at the Moi International Sports Centre in Kasarani.

According to Kibicho, at least 20 presidents and heads of state have confirmed their attendance, and the gathering is free and open to the public.

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