Former Citizen TV anchor, Terryanne Chebet, has exposed a young job seeker who missed an opportunity after she discovered that he was flirting with her in the DM. The 42-year-old media personality said the job seeker was already qualified but she had to turn him down after she discovered he was sending her seductive messages on Instagram.
The job seeker sent TerryAnne a message on her social media account requesting for a job opportunity from her , even on an internship basis.
She asked him to send his CV and after going through it, she was satisfied.
TerryAnne was ready to give him a job because he was already qualified but things went south after she did more background check up on the job seeker and noticed that he had been flirting with her on Instagram.
“Got an inbox, good candidate, mailed him to book an interview, only to scroll up on IG to see messages he had been sending me, which I hadn’t seen,” she wrote and shared the screenshots below.
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