Citizen TV Director of Strategy and Innovation Linus Kaikai on Sunday mocked United States based TV station, CBS News after they ran a contradicting headline concerning locust invasion in Kenya.
CBS News on Saturday published an articles with a headline that that left Kenyans with many rhetorical questions.
They reported that the locust outbreak in Kenya had left even cows wondering about the whole situation.
“Locust outbreak in Kenya is worst in 70 years: “Even cows are wondering what is happening,” read the headline by CBS News.
Reacting to a tweet by the TV, Kaikai mocked the media house for what he termed as “major milestone in ending centuries of media discrimination of cows”.
“KENYA is home to my cattle-adoring Maasai people that always believe cows to hold and express own opinions! Your coverage of those bovine views is a major milestone in ending centuries of media discrimination of cows!,” Kaikai retweeted.
According to CBS, one of their interviewee, Ndunda Makanga, was the one who realized that even the cows were wondering.
The publication noted that Mr. Makanga had spent part of his Friday trying to chase the locust from his farm.
“Even cows are wondering what is happening. Corn, sorghum, cowpeas, they have eaten everything,” said Ndunda Makanga as quoted by CBS.