Travel blogger Susan Wong has announced her departure from Capital FM where she worked as the lifestyle editor.
She announced the news to her fans on Wednesday talking about her time working for Capital FM for the last eight years.
"Capital FM is not just my workplace, but over the years, it has been my home and a challenging space that has sharpened and moulded me into the person I am today. @CapitalFMKenya is my family and I leave with incredible lifelong friendships and memories that I'll cherish forever," tweeted Ms Susan.
Capital FM is not just my workplace, but over the years, it has been my home and a challenging space that has sharpened and moulded me into the person I am today. @CapitalFMKenya is my family and I leave with incredible lifelong friendships and memories that I'll cherish forever! pic.twitter.com/da9D6duLWM
-- Susan Wong (@SusanLUCKYWong) January 22, 2019
She however did not say what plans she has next.
Susan is popularly known for her blog posts on travel capturing different cities around the world for their beauty and tourism appeal.
She also hosted an online show with fashion blogger This is Ess called 'Our 2cents' that highlighted different issues.
Her fans on Twitter were saddened by the move and this is what they had to say.
Rumie Lo tweeted, "You will be missed... when Susan would say "especially" in the our2cents videos... . onwards and upwards Susan."
Tony BonMbugua said, "You had very in-depth and interesting articles on lifestyle topics... Also, this video is quite sth all the best.
Samih_st wrote, "Godspeed Ma'am" while Anthony ndong commented, "All the best Susan in your future endeavours keep inspiring."
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