Former K24 Business news Anchors Zawadi Mudibo and Maya Kayahawa have left the TV station for BBC.

The two celebrated anchors took to social media to bid goodbye to their fans who have supported them all the way.

Mudibo, who has been working as the deputy Business Editor, at the Mediamax-owned TV station, resigned last Friday after landing a new job with BBC.

Zawadi sent out his gratitude to fans who have been supportive for the two and half years he has been at K24.

“Ahsanteni waja kwa ushirika wenu wa dhati. Mola awajaalie. Lisilo budi hutendwa..:Sifa na Utukufu vimrejelee Mwenye Enzi, siku zote!” shared Zawadi Mudibo.

Deep message

Maya on the other hand wrote a deep message to her fans as she gears on to take new assignments at BBC.

“Today marks my last day here at K24Tv. This is a picture taken when I first joined in 2015. The last 3 years have been the best of my life. Forever humbled and grateful to have gotten a chance to work with the most incredible team. It’s been an amazing three year journey! I will miss everyone dearly. I’d like to thank my viewers for growing with me and supporting me throughout this journey. I am also so grateful to the entire Mediamax Network Family for the opportunity. I will forever keep you all in my heart! God is great! I have seen his hand all through.” Shared Maya

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Others who have left K24 for BBC include head of camera Eugene Osidiana, morning Alfajiri programme producer Eunice Gatonye as well cameraman Solomon Kihara.

Prominent names that have joined BBC from local stations include ; Larry Madowo, Hudheifa Aden, Peter Mwangangi, Maureen Nyukuri, Mercy Kandie, Lynne Wachira and Slyvia Chebet.