Popular Kenyan media Switch TV recently executed major changes of shifting their platform to a digital broadcast. Apparently, the station will nolonger be on mainstream media; an eventuality that saw many of its staff lose their jobs. Among them is one Robert Ouma, a Swahili news anchor who has been working at the station all along. Through a video he shared today on his Instagram story, Ouma revealed that his new office will be matatus, after he shared scenes of him touting along the Rongai route.
"Ofisi ni jina tu, lakini pesa ni tamu tu. Tuchape kazi donda of the week Rongai massive." He revealed.
Moreover, Ouma has lately shared recorded videos of him broadcasting at the now defunct Switch mainstream media. Among some of the captions he jotted, Ouma stated the following.
"Wakiuliza waambieni tulipitia humu."
Well, among other Switch TV journalists who suffered the wrath after the unceremonious closure include journalist Fred Muitiriri, Nana Owiti among others. Well, Muitiriri was however embraced by luck after immediately landing a job at channel TV47.
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