Dennis Okari, Mark Masai to Feature on New Podcast Show after Leaving NTV: “Welcome to the Future”
- Experienced investigative reporter Dennis Okari is set to star in a new podcast show days after its release from NTV
- Okari took to social media to announce his return with a new show called The Social Newsroom, which is scheduled to premiere on Thursday, December 15,
- Okari and Mark Maasai are among the leading media personalities who left NTV after the company restructured its human resources
- It should be noted that Maasai also announced that he will be on the show at the exact time
Former NTV news anchor Dennis Okari debuts in a new podcast show called The Social Newsroom on Thursday, December 15, alongside acclaimed TV host Mark Maasai.
Two respected journalists were among the top journalists who were shown the door outside the media house.
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Okari took to his Twitter handle, providing a snippet of the show, noting that his job was to tell the necessary stories that could affect lives.
“Here are the untold stories and people who have enriched our lives. To make more stories and inspire change! Salute! Join me this Thursday, live on all my pages with @markmasai and @semabox. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the future!”
Message from Mark Maasai
Announcing that he will be appearing on the show, Maasai gave a fragment its next media move, complete with branded merchandise.
“To a new way of doing things. Find meaning in what we are going through. Find stories that matter to us. Welcome to the future.”
Dennis Okari's announcement of his departure from NTV
In a statement posted on Monday, December 5, on social media, Okari announced his retirement from the media house where he worked as an investigative reporter.
He thanked God, colleagues and viewers for their support while Expressing optimism, he will move on to greater heights.
“My task at NTV has come to an end. I am grateful to God for the opportunity to serve. I gave my all.
I couldn't have done that without the help of an incredible team and an amazing audience. It's time to move on to something bigger and bigger than me,” Okari wrote.