Citizen TV news anchor Jeff Koinange has shared that he will retire within the next 10 years.
Speaking during an interview on the Convo show on YouTube, Koinange indicated that he would not spend more than a decade in active media.
After retirement, the Jeff Koinange Show host noted that he would focus on himself and his family.
In particular, he stated that he would pursue farming, expressing that he had always loved to take care of cattle.
"I will become a farmer. I will go back to my routes and I will graze cattle. I have always loved cattle. It is the cowboy lifestyle in me," he stated.
" I will raise some quality cattle and sell some milk to pay rent and live an easy life. I will also chill and listen to country music."
On the other hand, the journalist added that he would also focus on writing another book.
Koinange already has one book titled, Through My African Eyes which was released in 2014.
The journalist who also works as a host at Hot 96, further stated that he would continue making himself better at his work citing the revolution of the digital media industry.
"Digital is transitioning and blowing up. People are introducing their channels and we see that on YouTube. I would like to channel some of my traffic into the channel so that I can get that traffic that way," he remarked.
"As a fallback, you never know where this is going in the next five to 10 years."
The Citizen TV journalist began his career in 1995 working as chief producer for Reuters Television. He served at the media house until 2001 before joining CNN.
He later joined K24, ARISE TV, and KTN before transitioning to Citizen TV.