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Chemutai Goin, Hassan Mugambi to Quit Citizen TV

by Daily Trends

Royal Media Services (RMS) is set to bid farewell to two of its top-notch journalists, signaling the start of exciting new chapters in their illustrious careers.

The highly respected Citizen TV reporter, Jane Chemutai Goin, and the accomplished crime and investigative journalist, Hassan Mugambi, are gearing up for significant career shifts.

Jane Chemutai Goin, known for her insightful political reporting, has decided to part ways with RMS.

Sources close to the development reveal that Goin is already in the process of serving notice and is scheduled to officially depart at the beginning of March.

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The seasoned journalist is set to assume the role of Principal Media Relations Officer at the office of the National Assembly Speaker, Moses Wetangula.

Joining Goin on this journey of change is Citizen TV’s esteemed crime and investigative journalist, Hassan Mugambi.

After an impressive tenure at RMS, Mugambi is set to embrace a new role at the Ministry of Defence.

Starting in March, he will take on the responsibilities of a Communication Advisor at the office of Defense Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale.

Mugambi’s journalistic prowess has been evident since he joined RMS in September 2016, rising through the ranks from a reporter to a Swahili news anchor.

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His recent duties included anchoring news shows, such as ‘Sema na Citizen’ alongside Lulu Hassan on Fridays.

These departures mark another chapter in the evolving landscape of RMS, with notable journalists leaving the station in recent months.

Among them are Sam Ogina, Raquel Mugai, and Francis Gachuri, who currently serves as the Head of Communications at the Ministry of Interior.

Gachuri’s departure in March 2023 after 16 years of service marked a significant transition for the seasoned journalist.

As Goin and Mugambi set out on their respective new roles, their departures add to the list of accomplished journalists who have carved their paths beyond Royal Media Services.

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We wish them both the best in their future endeavors and look forward to witnessing the impact they will undoubtedly make in their new roles.

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