Losing my job at Citizen TV was necessary - Terryanne Chebet

I was in so much pain - The Fanaka TV CEO confessed.

A moment she took long to get over as she was at the peak of her career and didn’t understand why she was axed and yet she was doing a good job. But in retrospect, Terryanne admits that losing her job was necessary because it helped her become stronger and follow the path God had predestined for her.

“The dip that I had when I lost my job could have been a moment of despair. You know like so what next? I was at my prime, I had done a good job, it happened and it had to happen. But when I look back I’m like it was necessary because there were some lessons that I needed to learn and if that didn’t happen I wouldn’t be where I am today. In retrospect it was necessary even though I was in so much pain, I used to feel like my heart is actually painful,” she disclosed during a sit-down with Malkia Africa Production.

Healing took a while but as they say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and stronger she became.

“It took a while, it took such a long time but it was necessary and you know they say when God has a plan for you, he has a plan for you. And sometimes if you are taking too long to see what his plan is, he plucks you out. It can be painful or smooth, He chose the painful way for me. I needed to go through it, it made me a strong person, it made me realize that life can start afresh. As long as you have a place to sleep, you have food, you are good. Tomorrow will take care of itself,” She added.


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