Jeff Koinange confirms return of hit talk show

Citizen TV will be Smooookin

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Veteran journalist Jeff Koinange. PHOTO: NATION MEDIA GROUP

Following speculation after speculation, Kenya’s most respected journalist Jeff Koinange has announced he will be returning to our television screens very soon.

Koinange who has been out of the country enjoying a well-deserved break, jetted back and with it came some very exciting news for his fans.

His social media guy Xtian Dela also posted a tweet on the same:

Speculation has been rife in the recent months if the show is coming back and more importantly where it would air. Fans have been dying to know which media house will air the new JKL episodes after Koinange said the show will be making a return sooner rather than later.

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Citizen TV Kenya also confirmed the new development with its own separate announcement (promo) on social media.

Miguna Miguna had let it slip earlier that the veteran journalist will be working with Royal Media Services starting February, and that he’ll be on it!

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In November last year, Jeff Koinange made headlines after he announced the ending of JKL show after 300 episodes on KTN.

The station terminated his contract following drama involving Miguna Miguna who attacked Esther Passaris personality, even making rape comments leading to protests by a section of the society which caused the show to end.

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