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Mwanaisha Chidzuga, Mungatana enjoy special moment after anchor announced K24 exit

By Standard Reporter | Oct 31st 2019 | 1 min read

Just moments after TV personality Mwanaisha Chidzuga announced her exit from K24, she went ahead to post a picture of her family, emphasizing that it is her first priority.

Through a post on her Instagram page, Chidzuga also uploaded a photo of her husband Danson Mungatana.

The two, staring into each other’s eyes, wore radiant smiles just before enjoying a movie night.

Chidzuga announced her exit from K24 on Thursday and thanked the company for giving her the opportunity to showcase her talent.

She further revealed that she intends to focus on her catering business which is her passion.

“Hi Good people I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support @k24tv #K24Wikendi but again God has other bigger plans for me away from K24tv.

“It’s been a great experience for me working with a great team of journalists and the shows I have hosted have been memorable.But now I have to focus on my passion #Eventsandcatering.

Adding: “but very soon will meet again #ScreenNextToYou .Thank you and be blessed. Inshallah.”

This came after word went round that Mediamax had resolved to send home a number of employees in a bid to balance its books.

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