Inooro TV Another set of 4 TV anchors set to quit RMS

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RMS has lost successive radio presenters in the recent past.

play Another set of 4 TV anchors set to quit RMS

At least four Inooro TV presenters are set to resign from Royal Media Services and join Kameme TV, owned by Mediamax Ltd, after the management ‘failed to honor salary increment.’

According to Business Today, the four - Ken Wakuraya, Muthoni Mukiri, Medical show 'Dagitari' host, DJ Smile and Nyambura Kabue – could be headed to the DSM Place's media house.

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The four have been at the station since its launch in October 2015,  and could be the first bunch of high end Kikuyu speaking journalists to quit the station. 

Equally, in the recent past, Citizen TV lost Willis Raburu to rival Nation Media Group’s NTV, where he will join his former Swahili colleague Salim Swaleh. Mr Swaleh will now anchor Swahili news. Details of Raburu's new roles at NTV remain scanty.

play Inooro TV power couple Ken Wakuraya and Muthoni Wamukiri. (Courtesy)


Reports also indicate that key Radio Citizen presenters including Joyce Gituro, Francis Luchivya and comedian Jacky Nyaminde, alias Wilbroda, are set to join rival station Milele FM, owned by Mediamax Limited.

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