Over the past few months, journalists have been leaving their posts on Television as well as radio and print media to take up senior Government positions.
Picture courtesy. Najma Ismail who is said to have quit KTN News.
Most recently, a Royal Media Services Journalist known as Gachuri is said to have left for a top post in the Ministry of Interior Security as per the reports that we have with us this afternoon.
More journalists have taken up bigger roles in President William Ruto's government since he was sworn in as the new President of the Country.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from KTN News, renown journalist who is known as Najma Ismail is said to have left the station.
Najma Ismail who has been working at the station for the past nine years has exited the station and will be venturing into another career.
However, Najma Ismail has failed to mention where she will be headed next as she leaves the Kenya Television Network as per the reports that we have with us.
She has said that she will reveal to her supporters soon on what her next move is as per the reports that we have with us this afternoon.
She has been at the station for close to a decade and has achieved a lot during her stay at the station in Nairobi City.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article on the exit of Najma Ismail.
Picture courtesy. Najma Ismail who has quit KTN News and will be venturing into another job which she has not disclosed.
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