Career –Celebrated media personality Jeff Koinange could be on his way out of media.
In his latest interview with Grace Msalame, the decorated journalist, for the first time, talked about his retire having served now 30 years with various companies.
Jeff said, retiring from office in inevitable especially for a man who has been around for not less than three decades.
He extended his gratefulness to his fans who have kept him moving and relevant for all this time now 30 years.
He clarified that, even though he might move out when time comes, he will be switching to some other businesses because age is still on his side.
“The fact that I am relevant is still great and I will give it as much as I can. When it is time to walk away, I will walk away and I will do it knowing very well that I did my bit,” he stated.
The media personality thanked the local market for having contributed a lot to his thriving media career that started in 1995.
“It is so difficult for a business like this. There is so much talent. I am going to have to give it up at some point. 30 years! I can move on. I am so humbled,” he went on.
The decorated anchor mentioned that, most Kenyans love seeing him on Tv and this in return paid off both to him and to the media companies he has worked for.
It is the viewers who always motivated him to wake up early in the morning to report on duty both for Tv sessions and radio shows.
“If you see people going out of the way to watch me, then I say that I must give it back. I will give you the content,” the city journalist said.
Todate, Mr. Koinagne is arguably the best paid journalist in the country with section claiming that he takes home not less than a million shillings per month
Before joining Royal Media Services RMS, Jeff worked at the Moi-owned Standard Group’s KTN.
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