NTV reporter Ken Mijungu is turning out to be the king of major shade.
In a recent post on social media, Mijungu took a swipe at his former colleagues at the Kimathi Street media house who left the media house.
A while back, Citizen TV poached from NTV and KTN to revamped its programming to win back audience as competition grows.
Read about how Citizen TV bosses are pissed when their promo for the new news shows was leaked online.
Anyhow, Mijungu who is one of the few NTV faces who have stayed on at the Nation Media Group, threw shade over Citizen TV’s failure to secure any rights for the highly anticipated World Cup.
“I thought it was an earthquake yaani not even a tremor, as ntv kenya is showing the World Cup citizen tv couldn’t afford a game to counter just some aped shows with recycled faces with a whole thinktank having shifted base tucheze,” the reporter-cum-news anchor tweeted.
The list of NTV staff that left NTV include Former NTV Managing Editor Linus Kaikai, Larry Madowo, Victoria Rubadiri, Enock Sikolia, and Jamila Mohamed.
Royal Media Services have been shaking things up.
An internal memo from the group managing director Wachira Waruru, read in part:
“On behalf of the Board and Management of the Royal Media Services Limited (RMS), I am pleased to announce new appointments and several internal management changes to strengthen our strategic vision and direction. These changes will enable us to position for long term growth and bolster our position as market leader of Kenya’s broadcasting industry.”