Though the news has not reached the management, Churchill is determined to quit the station after serving it for more than 10 years. It’s not clear whether his co-host, Maina Kageni, will follow suit but there are high chances that he may also leave; remember in 2014, Maina wanted to resign from the station.
Kingangi, who is set to start his own TV station in 2016, is expected to hand over his resignation letter earlier 2015 to concentrate on his private businesses. He is also expected to terminate his Churchill Show programme at NTV and migrate it to his new station.
The Comedian, who earns seven digit salary at Classic 105, is also expected to start his radio station in 2016.
Given his huge following in Kenya, his TV Station is expected to give other stations a run for their money.