Tracy Wanjiru Announces Resignation on Live NTV Show [VIDEO]

  • Former Teen Republik Host Tracy Wanjiru
    Former Teen Republik Host Tracy Wanjiru.
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  • Sultry NTV presenter Tracy Wanjiru announced her resignation from Teen Republik show during Saturday, June 26, live recording.

    In her final message, Wanjiru revealed that she was leaving the show which she hosted alongside Martin Kimani after five years.

    She also thanked her team for making the show a seamless ride noting that she joined while still a child.

    "So, today is my last day here with the team on Teen Republik. It has been a great five years on the show but today marks the end of a beautiful journey with such a great team.

    Former Teen Republik Host Tracy Wanjiru.jpg
    Former Teen Republik Host Tracy Wanjiru.
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    "It is quite unfortunate but moving to new things," stated Wanjiru.

    Kimani noted that over the course of five years, the two have formed a strong friendship bond both on the show as well as off.

    "It has been so long since I met Tracy and she has literally been one of my best friends. We have grown tremendously. We started this show as kids and now we have grown.

    "All the best to your new season Tracy because from here on, I believe the experience you have gained is elevation. You are only going to get better," Kimani noted.

    When asked where she was headed, the screen siren declined to divulge details only noting that she was going to be great.

    To celebrate her departure, her colleagues prepared a cake and a video montage of her initial debut on the popular music show among Kenya's teens.

    "Thank you so much for all the love throughout the years. I love you so much. Teen Republik is always going to be home," she signed off.

    The sultry presenter has had a long-running career in media and entertainment and was among a team of four that hosted the now-defunct Hits Not Homework show on Capital FM.

    The team which included Anita Nderu, DJ Jo Kisila and Anne Mwaura, was absorbed by the station when the show folded in March 2019.

    She attended Loreto Limuru High School but reports indicate that she dropped out of law school to pursue a career in music.

    Below is the video: