KTN news anchor Yussuf Ibrahim resigns
KTN Prime Time news anchor Yussuf Ibrahim has announced he has quit the Mombasa Road-based station further depleting its ranks following mass exits last year.
Ibrahim, who co-anchored news bulletins with Akisa Wandera, took to his social media accounts to announce Wednesday was his last day of presenting news at the Standard Group-owned TV station. He, however, did not reveal where he was headed to though he revealed he had secured a new position.
“I want to bid farewell to all
@KTNKenya viewers. Today marks my last day with @KTNKenya. It’s been an amazing journey. I now look forward to a new position that brings forth new challenges and adds more diverse experience to my career.. Thank you all for the support,” he tweeted.
He joined KTN in 2011 from K24 where he had mastered considerable following thanks to his reporting and presentation skills.
Apart from presenting news, Ibrahim hosted Bottom Line Africa and Big Story, which were some of the most followed programmes at KTN.
He also wrote a message to KTN staff informing them of his move, this time revealing Sunday will be his last day at work:
His colleagues and followers were quick to wish him all the best as he ventures into the future.
We wish you all the best friend
— Lindah Oguttu (@lindahoguttu) February 27, 2019
All the best yussuf .I just remembered the continental conversations on #BottomlineAfrica great insight to regional issues both political discourse development and much more . Make the Next phase more interesting for you and for us.
— MANG’ONG’O (@JoshuaOkumu4) February 27, 2019
It was a great pleasure to meet you in Nairobi during @UNCTAD’s Africa eCommerce Week, when we arranged this interview. Onwards and upwards for you in your next steps!https://t.co/bpNqJ3tXMT
— Jonathan Fowler (@UN_JWFOWLER) February 27, 2019
Hope you’re not going to ‘real Madrid’ of Kenyan media houses. They have snatched all the ‘Stars’. They’ve over spiced the meal and ended up spoiling it. Yourself and @Akisawandera were a great pair. I will miss you.
— Babu Njeule (@PaulNjeule) February 27, 2019
All the best in your future endeavors. https://t.co/4G76efbJLY
— Betty Kyallo (@BettyMKyallo) February 28, 2019
All the best bro! I can attest to your diligence, hard work and great spirit! I enjoyed working with you. God bless in your next assignment!
— Yvonne Okwara-Matole (@YvonneOkwara) February 27, 2019
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