Major blow for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns

Major blow for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns
Major blow for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns

Major blow for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns
Celebrated Anchor John Allan Namu handed in resignation letter to Standard Media Group Management citing frustrations from the media house.

Namu, who’s one of the most adored investigative journalists, shocked the entire KTN team when he resigned; no one expected him to make such a decision. Efforts from his colleagues to convince him reverse the decision were futile.

Sources close to him indicate that Namu is negotiating with Citizen TV for a deal which will see him on the screens as from January 2016. He will Anchor alongside Anne Kiguta in the Sunday Live Show.

The most sought presenter is also among the few media personalities whose services are sought by K24 which is owned by Mediamax Network.

K24 and Milele FM fired more than 20 Journalists this month. It’s expected to re-brand in 2016 and bring new faces that would attract attention of corporates for advertisements.

Former KTN Investigative journalist Mohammed Ali has quit ODM after losing out in the primaries to Said ‘Saido’ Abdallah.

The journalist famously known as Moha ‘Jicho Pevu’ has announced that he will vie for the Nyali Parliamentary seat as an independent candidate in the August polls.

In a lengthy statement posted on Facebook, Moha explained that he was forced to resign from the party because “powerful and destructive elements within the ODM party are keen on building a legacy in Mombasa with its foundations in nepotism, personal and family benefits.”

Major blow for KTN as John Allan-Namu resigns

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