Don’t worry about sacked Citizen TV journalist Kirigo Ng’arua, she’s doing just fine weeks after losing her job at the Hurlingham-based Royal Media Services.
Barely days after she was shown the door, Ng’arua packed her bags and caught a plane to an undisclosed location.
According to a post on her favourite social media platform, Instagram, the sultry lass let her followers know that she was leaving the country in search of fresh opportunities, that she did not know when she would be back.
Well, thanks to her stream of updates on IG, it is now public knowledge that she is currently enjoying life in Ghana, and life seems to be treating her well if the photos plastered everywhere by her are anything to go by – have you noticed that she has even added weight?
Kirigo was one a hundred employees who were rendered redundant by RMS, the giant media house to be found on Dennis Pritt.
the SK Macharia-owned company brags ownership of brands such as Citizen TV, Radio Citizen, Hot 96 FM plus a host of other vernacular stations.
Through a memo authored by Group Managing Director Wachira Waruru, the company explained that it had no choice but to re-organize its workforce due to the changes witnessed in the broadcasting industry (read 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.