Top-ranked journalist and Citizen TV Anchor Hussein Mohammed has left many emotional following his announcement that he had officially quit Citizen TV.
For-telling his exit early this month he tweeted, “It has been a wonderful 10 years at Citizen TV. I enjoyed and relished every moment at RMS.”
“I have decided to take a break after October In Sha Allah to concentrate on other matters. Loved Loved fans, the critics and everything in between. See you soon,” his post read
It has been a wonderful 10 years at Citizen TV. I have enjoyed & relished every moment I shared with my colleagues at RMS. I have decided to take a break after October In Sha Allah to concentrate on other matters. Loved the fans, the critics & everything in between. See you soon.— Hussein Mohamed (@HusseinMohamedg) October 4, 2019
Hosting his last show on the 29th October 2019, that involved Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen and National Assembly Minority Leader John Mbadi on key issues facing the country, Ali gathered heart-felt send off messages from the viewers, work colleagues and former interviewees.
Ali’s performance is unforgettable, his impeccable ‘interviewing~interrogation’ sessions kept viewers glued to the screens.
Mohammeds’ venture in Citizen TV began in 2008.
His career journey has since reflected a tremendous growth, making him gain recognition both nationally and internationally.
He is known for conducting interviews that kept the ‘untouchables’ in the Kenyan political arena grounded including President Uhuru Kenyatta, His Deputy William Ruto, Raila Odinga and many more.
Sources have it that Hussein is sought by intentional media firms leading to his departure.
Below are some of the comments from his Twitter fans:
all the best wherever you go.. #ThankYouHussein for redefining what political interviews should look like… We hope to see you back on screens soon.
Waihiga Mwaura 🇰🇪
Godspeed my brother
All the best in the next phase of your career.
I will always remember you as a reporter who made @Fchurii be rained on as you reported on matters ICC in Hague.