Popular media personality TerryAnne Chebet’s journey as the Metropol TV General Manager has come to an end.
Sharing the news of her resignation on social media, the Pan African Business Women's Association (PABWA) patron explained that her exit from the media house is by far as one of the hardest decisions she has had to make.
In the post, Terryanne appreciated her colleagues and viewers for their unmatched support accorded to her during her time at Metropol TV.
“Today I say goodbye to my incredible team at @metropoltvke. What an incredible journey it’s been! You have taught me the real definition of being a leader and what teamwork is. This wasn’t an easy decision to make, especially because of your dedication and commitment to getting the job done.
“Our commitment to telling the stories of mama mboga’s, SME’s and startups has inspired me greatly and I will take this to my next journey. I deeply appreciate you all for your viewership, criticism and suggestions that helped us build the first 24-hour business news channel in Kenya,” she wrote.
Terryanne went on to explain that her decision to step down was influenced by her desire to venture into entrepreneurship.
“As I now embark on my personal journey of entrepreneurship with @scarletdigital @keyaraorganicsI hope you will ride this journey with me. Love and light.”
Life has been an upward scale for Terryanne Chebet after losing her job at Citizen TV.
The Keyara Organics CEO was first appointed the CEO of Fanaka TV, the first-ever 24-hour business television channel in Kenya.
‘’Business Television is my life. It is with humility and lots of enthusiasm that I am proud to accept my appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of Fanaka Television, the first 24-hour business television channel in Kenya,” she shared.
The mother of two worked alongside Jimmy Gathu, head of TV and operations at Fanaka TV until her Metropol TV appointment.
“I have formally left Fanaka TV in very able hands and I'm super proud to join the incredibly talented team @metropoltvke in delivering cutting edge business journalism,” wrote Terryanne.
Before she landed the general manager’s position, Terryanne bagged an ambassadorial position as the brand ambassador of Molfix Diapers, the mother company of Molfix diapers, Hayat Kimya Company.
Announcing the news on her Instagram, the elated TerryAnne couldn’t hide her joy at getting the opportunity.
“I'm so excited to be appointed the @molfixkenya brand ambassador! Just gratitude,” she noted.
Not long after she was appointed the patron for the Pan African Business Women's Association (PABWA) in South Africa.
The former news anchor again took to her Instagram to share the news with her fans who were equally over the moon for her achievement.
“What an incredible honour to be appointed yesterday as a patron for the new @pabwa_afcfta (Pan African Business Women's Association). This association seeks to enable African women in business to optimize opportunities within the continental Free Trade Agreement,” stated Terryanne.