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Chemutai Goin : from an intern to Ksh. 400K salary at Citizen Television

Chemutai Goin is a Kenyan journalist and television presenter who has made a name for herself in the media industry. She is known for her work as a news anchor on Citizen Television, one of the most popular and respected television stations in Kenya.

Goin’s journey to success in the media industry began as an intern at Citizen Television. During her internship, she worked hard to learn as much as she could about the field of journalism and television presentation. She was determined to make a name for herself and worked tirelessly to improve her skills.

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Through her hard work and dedication, Goin was eventually given the opportunity to anchor the news on Citizen Television. Her talent and professionalism quickly caught the attention of viewers and she quickly became one of the most popular news anchors on the station.

As her popularity grew, so did her salary. Today, Goin is reported to earn a salary of Ksh. 400,000 per month, a testament to her hard work and dedication to her craft.

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Goin’s success story is a testament to the importance of hard work and determination in achieving one’s goals. She is an inspiration to many young people who aspire to make a name for themselves in the media industry.

Her story also shows that opportunities are not limited by one’s background, rather it’s the willingness to work hard and the determination to be the best that makes the difference.

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In conclusion, Chemutai Goin is a shining example of how hard work and dedication can lead to success in the media industry. Her journey from intern to a top news anchor with a high salary is an inspiration to many young people who aspire to make a name for themselves in the industry.