Top NTV anchor quits for State House Job
Laban, who has been serving on Notice at NMG, is set to join the Presidential Delivery Unit (PDU) as the deputy Director of Communications.
The former NTV anchor will be serving under the leadership of Dr. Steve Ndele who heads the PDU department.
In 2015, Onserio was named the best TV business news reporter by Media Council of Kenya.
In his resignation letter, Laban expressed gratitude for the opportunity to work at NMG for the past five years.
Goodbye Letter from Laban Cliff
“My Good People,
It is my final month at Nation Media Group, after a sterling five-year career which started in September 2013 and ends on 21st September 2018. This is a message to thank each and every one of you for your support throughout this period. I started out as a rookie in business and what we have achieved so far is by no means a replica of how we began.
Throughout NTV Business, East African Voices and Top In Business these are all milestones that will greatly remain etched in my heart. For any friendly fire in the line of duty – my apologies.
"NMG is greater than any of us and I’m excited for what is ahead for everyone in this company. Our potential is in drawing our synergies together for the good of all of us housed in the twin towers.
"2018 will definitely be one to remember as I mark exactly 5 years in media, launch my motorsport career as a rally driver and as I marry the love of my life, Laura. I thank God for the gift of health in my 30 years on earth and pray for more – InshAllah.
"I’d like to wish you all the very best in your careers, family, social and spiritual life. May your job enrich you and make you a better person in and out of work as it did to me. I’m excited about our fresh blood and all brilliant ideas they have, remember to stay sharp, stay focused eyes on the prize.
"I’m exiting but I know we will meet in these streets.
For now, Goodbye and God Bless.
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