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Sam Ogina quietly leaves Citizen TV, joins PSC



By Wanja Waweru

One of Citizen TV’s best journalists has left the station, which is controlled by Royal Media Services (RMS), as a result of the recent exodus at the Dennis Pritt-run media complex.

Sam Ogina quietly left Citizen TV toward the close of the last year.

It’s been almost two months since he started his new assignment at Parliament.

Ogina left the station late last year, but his coworkers at RMS gave him a proper send-off at a joint party with Francis Gachuri, who also left the station on March 2, 2023.

The final party was hosted in Nairobi’s Kilimani neighborhood.

Sam Ogina attended Religious liberal arts college Daystar University. Before moving on to RMS, he worked for KTN.

He was a political reporter who joined Citizen TV in 2016.

In July 2017 he was among three journalists injured when a small aircraft crashed near the Southern bypass in Kibera.

The six-seater Cessna 206 reportedly crashed near the National Housing Corporation Houses shortly after taking off from Wilson airport.


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