Netizens were amazed after reading this story of famous Kenyan TV News Anchor who started his career has a Kenyan Police Officer and after few years in the service, he got his dream job. Switch TV News Anchor Frederick Muitiriri was fired from Inooro TV before joining Switch TV.
Frederick always wanted to join media house but he didn't have enough money and so he decided to look for it. He decided to join Kiganjo Police Station in 2004 and he was posted in Sericho Police Station in Isiolo. He served for 3 years and he got enough money to take him to college.
He planned to work as police officer and study during the day but it was not possible because the police service did not allow. He decided to resign and he became a full time at at KIMC. He enrolled for a certificate before pursuing diploma. He faced some challenges like clearing fees arrears.
He challenged the upcoming journalist to never give up on their dreams and to maintain patience.
Here are some of the reactioms from Netizens.
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