Nation Media Group Journalists react to Linus Kaikai’s Exit

off to new assignments

In a statement issued by NMG management February 28, 2018, was the last day for Mr. Kaikai at Nation.

“Mr. Linus Kaikai General Manager broadcast will be leaving the Group effective February 28 2018. Linus joined the company in 2009 as the Managing Editor Broadcasting, where he seved for five years.” Reads part of the statement

Following the official announcement, Journalist from NMG took to social media to celebrate their exiting boss.

Reactions from NMG Journalists

Larry Madowo

"I owe my whole broadcast career to ; the best boss a journalist can ever ask for. I’m gutted to see him leave today. It’s the end of an era here. It will never be the same again. Goodbye and good luck!"

Gladys Gachanja

“ with his 'last borns'..Taking time to celebrate a man who gave both  and I, a chance on  It was actually my 2nd shot at this television gig and he saw a flame that I thought had died many years ago. Clocking 14 years in the media industry this year, I have to say Linus is one of the few bosses have worked with, who aims at lifting others and nurturing talent. They say 'A legacy is not leaving something for people, it's leaving something in people'.... Go yea well Sir,you've left a mark!”

Ken Mijungu

"It’s been real boss. will miss your guidance and great attitude."

Trevor Ombija

"You are by far the greatest boss we ever had @kaikailinus without you @gladys_gachanja and I would never have gotten here. Shine on sir, we know you had our backs all through and we hope we didn't let you down. #painfulgoodbyes#bestboss"

Jamilah Mohammed

"Thank you  for your leadership, guidance and friendship. I owe my career growth to you and your belief in me. You saw my potential even before I had an inkling of what I was capable of. You helped me discover who I can be...Thank you!!May God Bless you, always."

Smriti Vidyarthi

"A boss like no other! One I will never forget. @kaikailinus thank you for everything. Wishing you the very best in your future endeavors. You will be missed. @ntvkenya"

Mark Masai

"To be an editor, you must have spine...you must have a backbone in your body" - . You sir, have shown that. Thank you for the stand you have for Journalism. This is not the last we are seeing of you. Ni kwaheri ya kuonana....Ole sere."

Victor Kiprop

"Farewell to the great . We are here because you were here."

Other Journalists

James Smart

Many moons ago LinusKaikai signed me from RADIO and put me on PRIME TIME TELEVISION ntvkenya, so visionary and ambitious he allowed my crazy idea of TheTrend on Kenyan television. A great leader, thinker, and mentor, Kenya hasn't seen YOU yet. Best of luck.

Dennis Onsarigo

On to the next. You defined journalism as we knew it then. The very best"

John Allan Namu

"COURAGE . In words that the legend Joe Kadhi often liked to repeat " Publish and be damned"

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