NTV presenter Mark Masai assured his subscribers that he would return to the screen a few hours after he was fired from the media house; Kenyans.co.ke reports.
In a statement on Thursday, December 1, Masai said he had taken a commercial break and was optimistic about the future.
However, he did not say if he has found another job or is rendering himself as a communications consultant.
However, he mentioned that he had a great time at the station, where he said he had great talent.
Masai also shared a video montage when he began anchoring in 2008.
“NTV is a great team! These are different times. It was a good show. This is a short commercial break. I'll be back!" he announced.
The veteran host explained that he would be working on other projects in the meantime.
"This is the reality of the global media landscape and unfortunately I am on the losing side.
"At the end of my media career, I will return to another platform. All I have to say is keep an eye on this space,” he also told Capital FM.
Masai's statement came hours after it was revealed that he was one of the media workers repatriated in the current broadcast.
According to various insider reports, more departures will follow.
Masai's resignation also comes days after the broadcaster made a reshuffling of its top management, citing the changing media landscape and the difficult economic situation hurting media revenues around the world.
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