Yet another K24 news anchor quits after landing lucrative deal 

With five more months to go, the year 2018 has gone into the books as one that experienced the most movement from all Kenyan media house employees.

Presenters and anchors have been leaving stations left right and center as they go for greener pastures and other reasons. K24 news Anchor Ian Wafula is the latest news anchor to ditch his media house.


It’s not clear where he’s headed but word has it that he got a lucrative deal from BBC.On Instagram he posted the message alerting his followers that his time at the station was done.

“Last day @k24tv. It has been a great 3 years hosting Alfajiri, The Daily Brief and covering 2017 Elections. Great team turned family. Looking forward to my next move. Soon.” shared Ian Wafula.

In December 2015, Wafula parted ways with KTN where he had started as an intern and joined K24 to host Alfajiri alongside Amina Abdi.

Abdi later moved to NTV to replace Larry Madowo on the Trend. Wafula’s announcement comes just days after fellow news anchor Maya Hayakwa left the station.

True love! Popular Swahili news anchor gifts wife a brand new Toyota Passo on her birthday(photos) 

What is love without sharing memorable moments and gifts? It’s true appreciating loved ones in a relationship is a key thing and it always makes the relationship stronger and long term.

Popular KBC Channel One Swahili news anchor Bonnie Musambi left his wife Betty speechless after an expected gift during her birthday.

Musambi surprised her wife with a brand new Toyota Passo which costs about KSh 600,000 as she turned a year older. The surprise party was planed at Hotel Movenpick in Westlands which Betty had no clue of, and, that she would even get a car on her 29th birthday.

Media personalities

Both Musambi and Betty are media personalities and have been an item since 2012. Bonnie who partners with the bubbly co-host Cynthia Anyango to bring you the daily morning juice at KBC Radio Taifa’s Zinga la Asubuhi.

Here are the photos courtesy of TUKO.