Chemutai Goin officially quits Citizen TV after 5 years of service

After more than five years, Chemutai Goin has left Royal Media Services.

On the day that Chemutai was leaving the media company based in Maalim Juma, staff members of Royal Media Services sang to her and gave her a beautiful cake. As some of her coworkers made fun of her, the political reporter recoiled.

The award-winning journalist, wearing a blue jumpsuit and chiffon cover-up, was beaming as she spent her final hours in the newsroom with her coworkers.

As coworkers applauded, Chemutai cut the cake and multi-talented journalist Jamila Mohammed fed her.

“I’m going to miss you guys. I’m very careful by how I handle with myself because naweza cheka cheka niko na roho ndogo. I talk a lot and people think everyday is a happy day. Sometimes, we have our challenges but we don’t carry sand to the beach,” she said.

The mother of two recalled her first days at Citizen TV, leaving her colleagues awed.

Jamila pampered Chemutai with praises, describing her as a hardworking, talented journalist with a great attitude.

“Your attitude is amazing You give your all. Beba hiyo attitude enda nayo and you will prosper.

Chemutai Goin
Chemutai Goin

Chemutai Goin next station

A few days ago, after word went viral that Chemutai and her colleague, Crime reporter Hassan Mugambi, were leaving Citizen TV, sources revealed that they were headed for government jobs.

“Chemutai is going to work as a senior communications person in the office of National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula. Mugambi is said to be going to work for Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Defence, Aden Duale although it is not yet confirmed,” the source said.

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