NTV Editor Sheila Sendeyo call it quits after 11 years
Nation Television (NTV) Editor Sheila Sendeyo has resigned from the media house after 11 years.
In a statement on Friday, October 14, 2022, the journalist said that it was a pleasure working with the media house over the years.
“I can’t believe how quickly the days melted into 11 years! But as my time at NTV winds down, I can’t help but reflect on all the awesome people I have had the pleasure of working with over the years,” she said.
“Thank you for sharing the wins, the losses, the triumphs and the trials. While we may no longer be colleagues, we part as friends. I leave with fond memories,” the statement further read.
Sheila added that “it was a great pleasure working with fellow journalists” in the media house located along the busy Kimathi Street in the Central Business District (CBD).
This comes just hours after former Citizen Television anchor Hussein Mohamed was named the State House spokesperson.
Mr Hussein who has worked in various organisations which include the United Nations (UN) and county governments in the communication department ahead of August 9, 2022, General Elections worked within President Dr William Ruto’s campaign secretariat.
In a statement to the newsrooms on Friday 14, Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua confirmed that Mr Hussein is the new State House spokesperson.
He takes over from fellow ex-colleague, Kanze Dena who held the position during the reign of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
David Mugonyi, who served as the spokesperson of William Ruto when he was the Deputy President between 2013 and 2022, will now lead the Presidential Communication Service.
Other appointments include Felix Koskei who will serve as the Chief of Staff and Head of the Public Service, and Josphat Nanok as the Deputy Chief of Staff.
David Ndii is the Chairperson of the President Council of Economic Advisors, while Augustine Cheruiyot will serve as the Senior Advisor and Head of the Economic Transformation Secretariat.
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