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Meet ex Switch TV anchor, Robert Ouma, working as a tout along Ngong road after station shutdown

Ex Switch TV news anchor Robert Ouma now working as a tout along Rongai Road after station shut down.

Robert landed a job as a matatu conductor along Ngong road on Rongai matatus.

He maintained that he will go on with his job until God opens another job for him.

"I love this job. I respect my job. It pays me," he said.

Robert was among group of young news anchors who lost their posts when the Red Cross station declared publicly that they will be closing down the station to reorganise their business to a more advanced digital outlook.

Switch TV station was closed on December 31, 2021, leaving many without jobs as the station hosted had high number of employees and various shows.

The station further revealed that they will come up with new exciting features, products and services as means of trying to evolve the digital space.

Robert Ouma was a Swahili News Anchor in the station and said he is looking forward to going back to journalism one day.

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