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Kennedy Murithi Quits NTV After 10 Years

NTV Senior Political Affairs Kennedy Murithi has left Nation Media Group after 10 years. In a statement on Saturday, December 31, Murithi announced that he was leaving to pursue a new career path.

He wrote a letter of thanks to his colleagues at the media house in Kimathi Street.

"Today I'm taking a break from the newsroom and starting a new journey. It's been an amazing 10 years I've been a great journalist now in the Nation. It is with great sadness that I leave the Twin Towers. Thank you to my colleagues for being such a great support group," said Murithi.

Notably, Tharaka will join the Nithi district administration after being appointed political adviser by Mayor Muthomi Njuki.

In a statement dated November 14, 2022, Njuki named a journalist in his team, news that shocked senior journalists.

"I saw a press release like yours. This is my name. I received the appointed message. I am grateful to the governor," he said in an interview with the news agency

The journalist joined QTV in February 2013 and spent more than three years as a journalist. Then moved to NTV in June 2016.

The latest news was broadcast on December 31, where he interviewed Senator Enoch Wambua about the fate of presidential candidate Kalonzo Musyoka.

Incidentally, his famous interview with Kalonzo was titled 'I would be a fool to support Raila again'.

Murithi, Salim Swaleh, Karen Knaust and Niki Gitonga are other journalists who found jobs in the district administration after the 2022 elections.

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