Kenya: TV Girl Joey Muthengi Lands New Media Job in U.S.

Former Citizen TV anchor Joey Muthengi has landed a new job at an international radio station in Washington DC, United States.

She has taken up the job just two months after she quit Citizen TV in a huff.

The petite former TV anchor will now work at the Voice of America (VOA) - a US government-funded international radio broadcast with its headquarters in Washington DC.

An excited Muthengi couldn't hide her joy and shared the good news after receiving an email from VOA English to Africa Service.

"Joey, English to Africa Service Voice of America has an urgent job request for you, please review on playdesk and accept or decline ASAP," read part of the email.

VOA offered Muthengi her first internship while she was still in college pursuing media studies.

"OMG, Voice of America was my 1st internship while still in college. I can't even. Look at God" a blissful Joey posted.

Joey reactions could be a clear indication that she won't be turning down the offer.

In November 2018, she handed her former employer Royal Media Service her resignation letter after she was summoned for a disciplinary action for taking part in a Betin advert which rivals that of her former employer, Shabiki.

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