Media personality Grace Kuria has moved to China Global Television Network (CGTN) just two days after calling quits at Standard Media-owned KTN.
According to sources privy to the media personality, has taken up the role of producer and editor.
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Kuria will be in charge of a research team in the department of current affairs.
CGTN launched operations in Kenya in 2000 and has endeavored to be the link between China and Africa through news, documentaries, and special reports.
The media station has since poached some of the top journalists in the industry including Robert Nagila, Jane Kiyo, Beatrice Marshall and Peninah Karibe.
On Sunday, January 17, Kuria announced that she will no longer be working at the station after a two year stunt.
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“I would also like to take this opportunity to say thank you to God, thank you to my family, thank you to Standard Group management, thank you to my colleagues and thank you to you the live viewer for all the love, for the criticism, and for the words of encouragement,” she said.
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