KTN’s Straight Up host Chero ditches station after getting international deal 

July 11, 2018 at 10:21
KTN's Straight Up host Chero ditches station after getting international deal 

KTN presenter Chero Oywa will be leaving the station after landing a new offer from an international media company.

Taking to social media, the KTN presenter who hosts Straight Up every Saturday morning alongside spincylces DJs, shared that she has landed an offer from Scoop Network Africa.

Scoop Network Africa is a new African styled entertainment channel already available in 18 countries. The channel is on Kwese TV but will officially be launched on 26 July 2018.

Goodbyes

Chero posted a simple good bye message to her fans just saying: “Cheers to new endeavors! #iamchero #scoopnetworkafrica” 

The network was glad to have her in it’s team.

“So glad to have @iamcheroo on our team. Future so bright she had to close her eyes . Here’s to many fruitful years of working together @ScoopNetwAfrica #ScoopNetworkAfrica#IAmScoopNewtwork #tv #TVHost#EntertainmentNews #movies #music#fashion #style #beauty”

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