Never Give Up In Life: Sacked Tv Journalist Opens His Third Media Station
By Polimachime | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 5732 views
The royal media services has been sacking its employees in the recent past. This has mostly been facilitated by the tough economic times initiated by the coronavirus virus. This's not so much breaking news of employees being sacked in Kenya.
However,media personality John Marete has taught many Sacked employees a good lesson in life. Being employed and working for someone should not be the end of life and shouldn't be the only means for survival. There's always life after all these jobs.
John Marete has opened various media stations since he was sacked in 2016. He has Weru tv and Weru fm that air news in kimeru language. It also catches attention of most of mount kenya communities since the language is almost the same.
John Marete has however opened his third media station known as mutongoi tv. The station will have that Akamba as its audience.
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