Jicho Pevu's Mohammed Ali Resigns From NTV, Heads Back To KTN

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Popular Investigative journalist Mohammed Ali is back at KTN. Ali, famous for special investigative report Jicho Pevu is among a host of TV personalities and media managers making a comeback to KTN.

Making the announcement on Tuesday, Standard Group Chief Executive Officer Mr Sam Shollei said Ali’s comeback as well as that of other media personalities is part of the agenda to boost KTN's professional capacity and growth and offer viewers the best.

The award winning Ali left KTN three months ago for another TV station.

He is the face behind Jicho Pevu, a bold investigative programme aired on KTN.

Source: The Standard

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