Kelvin Kimathi, known as K-Squared, has announced his departure from K24 TV after dedicating three years to the media house. The sports anchor and producer shared the news with gratitude for the transformative journey he experienced in his role as a sports journalist.
In his farewell message, Kimathi expressed deep appreciation for the opportunity to work with K24 TV, where he honed his skills and created lasting memories. He acknowledged the support of his colleagues and the entire media house in contributing to his growth and career development.
During his tenure at K24 TV, Kimathi hosted various sports programs, including “Jungu la Spoti,” “Daluga ya Spoti,” “EPL Maskani,” “La Liga Santimaa,” and “Maskani ya Soka,” among others. His presence on these shows endeared him to sports enthusiasts.
Kimathi bid farewell to his fans after the 1 p.m. news bulletin, assuring them that he would continue to engage with them on other platforms. He signed off as “K-Squared” and expressed his gratitude to colleagues, management, and fans for their unwavering support.
In response to his departure, K24 TV Football Club extended warm wishes to Kimathi in his future endeavors. They acknowledged his contributions as a creative midfielder in their team and wished him and his family success in his new career challenge.
Kimathi’s career in journalism has spanned various media outlets, including Switch TV and KTN News. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Multimedia University of Kenya and is described as an experienced multimedia journalist passionate about news reporting, anchoring, video production, and more on his LinkedIn profile.