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List of journalists sent home by Mediamax

Senior journalists sent home

K24 Studio

The media industry has seemingly finally hit a hiatus in line with the country's tough economic times with the latest most affected being Mediamax Network Limited.

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Here is a list obtained by Pulselive.co.ke, of seniors editors and prominent journalists who have been sacked by the Kijabe street based media house.

Fred Njiri - Managing Editor K24 

Tony Timase - Head of Business k24

Torome Tirike - Head of sports 

Franklin Wambugu - Managing Editor, Swahili

Frankilin Macharia - Senior Reporter 

Anders Ihaji - political reporter

Ali Mtenzi- deputy Managing Editor

Mwanaisha Chidzuga - Swahili anchor

Juma Bhalo - Swahili Anchor

Reports had started swirling indicating that Mediamax will be sacking about 160 people in another mass layoff.

Mediamax issued a redundancy notice on 30th September 2019 and the notice was to end this week on Wednesday.

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