Betty Kyallo has rejoined her former employer, KTN News as a News anchor, according to reports.
The popular Journalist is set to start working at standard media group on 7, March, 2021.
The news anchor has been jobless for few months after she left K24 due to disagreement with Media Max, her employer.
After quitting at K24, she ventured into business where she manages a Youtube channel, salon and barbershop.
Betty posted the good news on her Social media pages.
"She’s back! Told You It Wasn’t For Long. I Am So BLESSED. GRATEFUL TO GOD. March 7th.", she wrote on Facebook.
Kenyans received the news positively as they welcomed her back on the screen noting that they can't wait to see her on TV again.
"And people really cursed this lady last week,, tagging along her reputation. See God?? You with your seriousness and a holy reputation where are you??", one fan wrote.
"Welcome back to STANDARD, and kindly do the same to KISII LAND by going back the our bro", another one joked.
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