Former K24 Investigative reporter lands new job with rival station

Congratulations

Investigative reporter Frank Wallah joins KTN barely a month after quitting K24

Former K24 Crime and Investigative reporter Franklin Wallah has joined Standard Group owned station KTN, barely a month after parting ways with Mediamax.

Wallah is expected to report to his new work on 3rd September, where he will join the likes of Hussein Mohammed, Brian Obuya and Siraj Abdulrahman who are in charge of the investigative desk.

Taking to social media, the investigative reporter expressed joy upon joining the Mombasa Road based media house.

“Uhakika nashindwa kuonyesha hisia zangu za furaha ila nimefurahi sana, tena Namshukuru Mwenyezi Mungu zaidi. Hivi majuzi niliwaaga kheri wenzangu (K24) nikatokwa chozi na ikaniuma sana moyoni. Ghafla, hii Leo nimepata makaribisho yenye fanaka hapa (KTN), kuashiria ni mwamko mpya katika safari ya kujenga tajriba yangu. Hayawi Yashakuwa... KTN Ndio nyumbani kupya..#KaribuMjengonimwaah mapenzi,” shared Frank Wallah. 

Exiting K24

On August 8th, Wallah announced his exit from K24 saying he had three and a half wonderful years working at the Television station and it was time for change.

On to the next one

“Hey There… Let's shift here.... Today serves the day I did my last Special Report on K24Tv. It has been awesome and real the last 3 and half years... I will sure miss you guys... Mwaaaah. But you know what???? Don't forget to watch me next..... SOON!!!!!!!,” he wrote on Facebook.

His departure came weeks after returning from Somalia, where he covered the progress of AMISOM in the fight against Al Shabaab.

Before joining K24, Franklin worked as a news reporter with State broadcaster, Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC).

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