Word on the street has it that K24 TV is planning a mass firing soon and it seems many of its employees are ready for anything.
After Betty Kyallo called it quits on May 30, Eric Njoka, a presenter at the Mediamax owned TV station says he’s ready for whatever outcome.
Njoka, who doubles as a morgue attendant, shared a post saying he wasn’t fine and asked his fans not to pray for him because their prayers didn’t work.
Thank you all for your concerns, I am not fine and won’t be for a while but I will make sure to keep smiling. Don’t keep me in any prayers, they don’t work.
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In a recent Instagram live, Njoka lashed out at Mediamax management for planning to fire people during this Covid-19 and he said,
‘…It’s frustrating so many people. Some have many families and if someone is not going to speak for them then, where I go I will regret why I never spoke for them. I did speak for them because people are really suffering and they can’t speak out.’
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This face describes my career as a Journalist "Disappointments, Negativity, Let Downs, Stagnation, Pessimism, Hopelessness and Depression' but in all my years of practice, I have never questioned or challenged God, rather never asked my creator "Why?" Because I know my shine will come some day. Be Patient, work in total Silence and BELIEVE. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽❤❤ #anchorman #iamnairobian #trending #trendy #gentleman #pictureday #followme #likelike #Kenya #newsman #igerskenya #igafrica #igkenya #goodvibes #gainwithus #gainwithmchina #gainwithspikes #gainwithcarlz #gainwithxtiandela #gainpost #followtrain #gaintrick
Well, Eric Njoka shared a touching message which read,
When my time is out, just know I did my best, diligently, with poise, faith and determination. Feels like dejavù but iriz wat iriz. #Anchorman is still my name.