Former Citizen TV news anchor Kirigo Ng’arua is doing just fine even after losing her job at the Dennis Pritt based media house.

Barely a fortnight after she was sacked, the sultry lass packed her bags and travelled to an undisclosed location.

Kirigo informed her fans that she was leaving the country to look for new opportunities and did not know when she would be back.

She is currently in Ghana and life seems to be treating her well if the photos on her social media pages are anything to go by.


Kirigo was among the employees who were affected after Royal Media Services (RMS) – the company that owns Citizen TV, Radio Citizen plus a number of vernacular stations – sent its employees packing.

In a memo authored by Group Managing Director Wachira Waruru, the company explained that it had no choice but to re-organize its workforce due to the changes witnessed in the broadcasting industry.

RMS said it would undertake the exercise while adhering to legal provisions and that the affected persons would be provided with support to help them manage the transition.