NTV anchorperson Ken Mijungu was among various workers sacked by Nation Media Group this week.
Affirming the news, Ken posted a message via web-based networking media in which he communicated sharpness over the way in which he was given up.
The writer expressed: “7 years…summed up in a two-page letter…” demonstrating that the news may have shocked him.
He, be that as it may, in any case offered thanks to his now previous boss for the open door agreed to him during his spell at the media house.
“The hatchet fell @NTVnewsroom and I was on its way. 7 years in those passageways summarized in a two page letter of end. We live to battle one more day. On account of God, He remains the best, thank you @ntvkenya for the chance and thank you for continually staying tuned,” he tweeted on Friday.
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Mijungu was referenced in an interest letter drafted by Embakasi MP Babu Owino’s legal counselors after NTV ran a story on the casualty of a shooting occurrence including the MP.
“The anchorperson, one Mr Ken Mijungu presented the story expressing in this way:- ‘The main thing individuals think about him is that he was a casualty of a close to lethal shooting directly here in Nairobi. Felix Orinda, prevalently known as DJ Evolve WHO WAS SHOT BY Embakasi East MP Babu Owino…’,” the authoritative archive read partially.
The statement from a June 29, 2020 notice is the premise of a compromised claim by the MP who asserts that NTV criticized his in any case great name.
NTV is yet to make any move requested by the MP’s legal counselors on July 1, 2020.