JULIE GICHURU: Why I Left Citizen TV, Royal Media Services

She is one of the most popular, respected and acknowledged women in East Africa. Julie Gathoni Sumira Gichuru is a Kenyan journalist and formerly a news anchor who worked for Citizen TV which is under Royal Media Services. At Royal Media Services before her departure, she used to work as a Group Digital Business Manager and talk show host for various nationwide interviews e.g political forums, trending issues affecting the nation, citizens opinions and many more.

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Julie Gichuru

Well known reporter, Gichuru, has rebuked claims that she was sacked from Citizen TV for getting influences from politicians.

Some time back, there were bits of gossip around Kenya’s blogosphere that Julie was accepting influences from degenerate government officials in order to be soft on them amid the interviews yet she has negated these cases and uncovered why she left out from Citizen television.

The previous grapple added that it had ended up ‘extremely hard to be bolted into one channel’ attributable to her engagements which would not permit her to be general on air.
The veteran at long last reported that she was ready to dispatch another fun and inspirational TV show since she was tired of covering political issues in her 15 year spell on the screens.

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Two weeks prior, Ms Gichuru reported that her Discoursed indicate had been moved to KBC where it at present airs each Saturday from 8pm.
Speaking to the Trend Show Host Larry Madowo, this is what Julie Gichuru said.
“But for me I kind of feel like nimeanza kuzeeka kidogo (I feel that I somehow have started growing old) and the Great Debaters contest is growing. We are doing so much and I needed the room to be able to manoeuvre and do these amazing things.”

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