Lynn Ngugi Reveals Her Next Move Weeks After Leaving Tuko

Celebrated former Tuko talk presenter Lynn Ngugi has finally opened up addressing the recent speculation of leaving the revered media company.

Talking in a video on her YouTube channel, the award-winning journalist while thanking her fans noted that the move was not to burn bridges, but rather to leave the former employer on a friendly note.

“Thank you so much and also to all other people in and outside Tuko who are also very helpful towards the journey, mine is never to burn bridges of course, but it’s also important for you to know that when you are having a purposeful life, it’s important to know where your journey ends and where another one begins,” the presenter said.

Ms Ngugi confirmed that she was finally leaving Tuko to focus on building and growing her current YouTube channel that currently enjoys over 80,000 subscribers, and still going and growing stronger and bigger.

She also added that the channel was recently at 40, 000 subscribers, but has since grown tremendously to over double the subscribers, around 90,000.

“Where I am going sio mbali, niko tu hapa. You see this channel where you are watching this content from, this is the Lynn Ngugi channel and even before I start, juzi we were at 40k subscribers and now waking up to almost 90k subscribers for me is just a confirmation that I’m on the right path and the kind of content,” Lynn said.

She expressed a lot of confidence in starting small, confirming that she had started a lot other shows at her former work place that have since grown in leaps and bounds.

Lynn however told off critics who holds the view that they are responsible for her growth to the far she has reached that it was through God who gave her the talent that she had done so.

“There are so many untold stories in this country that we have to tell and we are not started yet so all I ask you to do guys is to support me definitely by just subscribing to this channel and any other kind of support that you think uh you are able to offer.

“I am saying yes so feel free to do it and also pray for this channel. I made a joke at the end of this year this channel will have around 500k subscribers I know it’s overstretched it’s far but who said we can’t dare,” she expressed.


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