Changes –Popular digital media – Tuko Media – has today replaced Managing editor Gibendi Ramenya with Julia Majale.
Tuko is striving to sustain its top three position in the ever-changing digital space and with Majale’s vast knowledge in digital career, is expected to wheel the media station into a leading news avenue heading into 2024.
Sought for a comment by a local media house, Majale who will report in office on Monday May 1, expressed delight in her new position.
“In terms of my own personal plans for the role, I want to continue increasing partnerships for the team, diversifying content, and enhancing team growth in general,” Majale added.
She seized the opportunity to recount her successful rise in online media since 2013 when digital journalism started breaking into the local market.
“I can’t state that it’s a series of things (that pushed me to success), I knew I would be at the helm someday, but I did not know it would be this soon.
“From the beginning, I set out to push the TUKO brand as part of personal development and not for a position,” she went on.
Her predecessor, Mr. Ramenya, commenting on the changes, exuded confidence in Majale whom he said will still make the station proud.
On the other hand, Jacob Otieno, Deputy Chief Editor, succeeded Majale as Managing Editor.
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