Multimedia journalist George Ndirangu on Monday, August 30, 2021, announced his exit from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

Mr. Ndirangu revealed his exit while celebrating his birthday. 

"One of the most fun things I ever did in life was making + breaking news at the BBC. All around the world, for the last few years. I’ll miss the fantastic team on & off-camera.

"Teeny tiny life update: spreading my wings a little - it’s time. Time for a new journey," he posted on social media. 

Ndirangu joined BBC Africa in 2018 and before that he was a presenter and Producer at CNBC Africa. 

A source who spoke to on condition of anonymity disclosed that Mr. Ndirangu would be relocating to Canada. 

File Image of George Ndirangu 

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This comes days after BBC Africa boss Solomon Mugera called it quits after 22 years of service.

In an email sent BBC to staff, Mugera will depart the broadcaster at the end of September to take up a new challenge. 

“After 22 years, Solomon Mugera has decided to leave the BBC and explore pastures new. Solomon joined the Swahili Service in 1998 as a producer and leaves us as the head of a region with more than 500 staff.

"Over the years has come to embody BBC Africa. He is one of our highest-profile leaders and a prominent figure for the BBC World Service - we will miss him hugely,” said the memo.