Former Citizen TV news anchor Kirigo Ng’arua has packed her bags and travelled to an undisclosed place barely a month after she lost her job.
The former newscaster through her Instagram page, announced to her followers that she was leaving the country to look for new opportunities elsewhere and that she did not know when she would be back.
“All my bags are packed..I’m ready to go..I’m leaving…leaving on a jet plane..don’t know when I will be back again,” she said.
It is however widely believed that she has gone abroad to cool off, perhaps on a well deserved vacation. The sultry lass has had tongues wagging with speculation that maybe a new job awaits her.
Kirigo is one of the big names at Royal Media Services who were axed recently by the giant media firm which owns Citizen TV, Radio Citizen and a number of vernacular stations in what was termed as redundancy.
Below is her post:
?all my bags are packed..I’m ready to go..I’m leaving…leaving on a jet plane..don’t know when I will be back again..? to new experiences..opportunities.. ???? oh and of course I had to carry @wazawazikenya with me.. ??? 5…4..3..2..1.. #HighlyBlessedandFavored #TravelsAndExperiencesWithKirigo #OnwardsAndUpwards #MiniVacayActivating #JustMaybeANewJobAwaitsMe ????
Through a memo signed by Group Managing Director Wachira Waruru, the company said it had no choice but to re-organise its workforce due to the changes witnessed in the broadcasting industry aka digital migration.
RMS said it would undertake the exercise while adhering to legal provisions and that the affected persons would be provided with support to help them manage the transition.