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I needed to lose my Citizen TV job to become better, Terryanne Chebet

Fanaka Television Chief Executive Terryanne Chebet. PHOTO | COURTESY
Fanaka Television Chief Executive Terryanne Chebet. PHOTO | COURTESY
Terryanne Chebet has confessed that losing her job while at her peak was necessary for her to have realised her potential.

Former Citizen TV top anchor Terryanne Chebet has confessed that losing her job while at her peak was necessary for her to have realised her potential.

Terryanne was abruptly fired from the TV station two years ago, and although the loss was unexpected, painful and shocking, it offered her a learning experience.

She is now the Chief Executive of Fanaka Television.

She however maintains she did not understand why she was axed at the peak of her career as she was doing a good job.

“The dip that I had when I lost my job could have been a moment of despair. You know like so what next? I was at my prime. I had done a good job, it happened and it had to happen.

“When I look back I’m like it was necessary because there were some lessons that I needed to learn and if that didn’t happen I wouldn’t be where I am today.

“In retrospect it was necessary even though I was in so much pain,” Terryanne disclosed in an interview with Malkia Africa Production.

Terryanne new home  Fanaka Television focuses on sports, entertainment, current affairs and business.



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