• Trevor, who has been moderating heated political debates on TV feels like Kenya needs youthful representatives. 

Trevor Ombija
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Citizen TV's Trevor Ombija has dismissed reports that he will be contesting for an MP seat in 2022. 

However, the propaganda is not so far from the truth. Trevor has some political ambitions.

"I will at some point, but not in 2022," Trevor said in an exclusive interview with Mpasho.

The youthful journalist, who has been moderating heated political debates on TV feels like Kenya needs youthful representatives. 

"We all complain about things but nobody is willing to step up. Who will clean up things? If the change-makers say it's a dirty game."

Many youthful people promise to make a change, only to fit into the system after getting votes. 

According to Trevor Ombija, such change is a slow process. 

"I genuinely believe even young politicians are trying to push. The only thing is that there is a way the system works, and you have to abide by it. If we have enough people in there, change will come," he said. 

Trevor Ombija has proven to be a good moderator, with hard, punchy questions for his interviewees. But at some point, the interviewees lose control giving him a hard time. 

He shared one of his worst interviews;

"Charles Owino and Miguna Miguna. There was also a time I was interviewing Charles Owino and Boniface Mwangi, Owino stood up and was like; 'i can tackle this mine.' My heart was racing coz I thought they will fight in the studio."

Trevor was scared but acted comfortable, and no one knew he was terrified.

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