The Kenya Television Networks (KTN) top investigative journalist has finally called it quits from the Standard media group owned station after over 5 years of exemplary service.
While thanking his fans for being great audience, Brian Obuya at last made public his resignation yesterday Friday September 3, 2021, after being at the station for 6 years doing great work.
“I have today left KTN News after a fruitful six years. Thank you for being a great audience and big motivation. See you soon,” Obuya stated.
In his goodbye message to his colleagues, Obuya thanked them for their immense contribution in building and developing him into a refined finished product than his raw form when he joined.
“I take this opportunity to thank you all. It has been five years full of learning experiences for the work we have done and even what we plan to do,” he remarked.
The grateful Obuya during yesterday’s bulletin added that it was her last working day being at the Station, without revealing his next move.
“today (Friday) has been my last day here at Standard Group. I’m leaving a better and more experienced person than when I joined.”
The established investigative journalist once did a short investigative report on how Kenyan employees conspired to frame their Chinese employer for physical assault at the workplace, a thing that left many in shock.
Reports indicate that there were deep details to the short video clip of a Chinese national flogging his Kenyan employee at workplace for reportedly coming late for work, that went viral causing uproar in the social media.
Among other exciting coverages done by the newsman at KTN was an investigative piece on Kenya’s largest but silent threat to education, “Inside Kenya’s piracy world right at the heart of the capital city; Nairobi.”
Obuya also covered the police excesses, a piece on how Kenya police torture suspects with some of them ending up dead while others disappear at the same time, never to be seen again.