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Churchill Publicly Declares How He Prefers Getting Fired After Ugly K24 Saga

Wama KE

Jun. 25, 2020

The recent mass firing from Mediamax Limited over text is nothing the company should be proud of. At least I think so. The incident painted such a vague and messy picture of the media network. First, for its lack of professionalism and second, for the way it merely communicated to the employees.
On the same regard, Mwalimu Kinga´ang´i born Daniel Ndambuki expressed total disgust from the Mediamax conglomerate. He considered this insensitive of the media house, stating that such texts might not only come as a shock to employees but who knows, people might get into serious accidents. Publicly declaring his preference, the comedian articulated that he´d rather his employer takes him out, wait for him to get high then he/she can break the news. 
The day you decide to fire me, don´t send me an SMS, I can even be driving or doing something that might cause an accident. Let´s get this straight, you don´t do that sh*t to me. Call me for a drink and when I am high, drop the news. Some things can kill you.
Giving his two cents on the same, his Classic 105 co-host Maina Kageni questioned the kind of treatment the TV journalists had been given after years of serving tirelessly at the media station. Shame on you, how can you do that? How can you ask someone to meet you at a certain hotel and then drop such news? Just to take you back to the Sunday SMS from Mediamax to its employees, one Mr Wandera shared the redundancy notice across its employees and it read in part:
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