Brenda Kerubo, Ibrahim Karanja Bid KTN Farewell

Renown journalists Brenda Kerubo and Ibrahim Karanja have officially announced their departure from Moi-owned media house KTN.

Miss Kerubo, who worked as a business reporter took to her social media pages to announce her exit after over three years of service at the media house.

Brenda Kerubo (@brendakerubo7) / Twitter

“3 years and 7 months. How time flies. Today I will anchor my last bulletin at 9:30am on KTN News, a place I consider home because of the people. A place where my career rose to a level I would never have imagined. I knew from a young age television is for me but to achieve everything that I have in the last 10 years of broadcast journalism. Today I sign off and say goodbye. Here is to new opportunities that I will share really soon. Thank you for watching and supporting my stories and programs, forever grateful. May God bless you all,” she said.

Brenda Kerubo (@brendakerubo7) / Twitter

Just two days before her announcement, renown reporter Ibrahim Karanja also announced his exit after tendering his resignation notice to the media house.

Karanja Ibrahim. (@Karanja_Ibrah) / Twitter

Unlike Kerubo who wished to keep her next moves private, Karanja announced that he would be making a move to rival media house NTV.

Both journalists had over three years of experience at KTN which saw their careers grow in strides.

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