Managing Editor Joe Ageyo confirms KTN News exit

Ageyo walks away.

"I am humbled to have worked with the greatest news team in town," he stated, "together we conquered mountains. We launched the country's only 24-hour news channel and got it to the top tier in 18 months. May God watch over you all at KTN News as I take on the next assignment. Love you all."

This is after renowned top journalists have left their media houses in the recent onslaught of alleged government interference in the reporting of news.

Columnists and editors left the Nation Media Group en masse, over claims of denial of "media freedom and interference of editorial freedom."

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