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Joe Ageyo Quits Citizen TV

Royal Media Services (RMS) Editorial Director Joe Ageyo has officially resigned From Citizen TV.

Ageyo parted ways with the Royal Media Services which he had served for four years.

Linus Kaikai who served as Director of Strategy and Innovation was appointed as the new Editorial Director by the company.

“I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Linus Kaikai as the RMS Editorial Director. I also wish to announce that Joe Ageyo has for the last four years served as RMS Editorial Director, leaving the company to pursue other interests,” the memo signed by Waruru read in part.

Waruru further heaped praise on Ageyo for his service to RMS as he congratulated Kaikai for his new appointment.

“I congratulate Linus on his appointment and wish him good luck in the execution of his new duties and responsibilities towards accomplishing the goals of the RMS,” the memo added.

According to Waruru the changes will take effect from April 1, 2022, the two joined Citizen TV in 2018 at a time when the media house was restructuring.

Ageyo joined the RMS after parting ways with KTN while Kaikai was hired from NTV where he worked as the managing Editor.

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