Wanyiri Wa Njeri: Talented Journalist Quits TV Job to Serve the Church: "It Was My Calling"

Wanyiri Wa Njeri: Talented Journalist Quits TV Job to Serve the Church: "It Was My Calling"

  • Wanyiri said he has always had the calling to work for God even as he worked as a journalist
  • The journalist disclosed that he will soon be joining a seminary in Nyeri to start a new journey
  • He confirmed to YEN.com.gh that he wants to serve the Lord on a full-time basis

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Just like Jonah from the Bible, it is quite hard for most if not everyone to run away from their real callings.

Wanyiri Wa Njeri confirmed he will be joining a seminary to start a new journey.
Wanyiri Wa Njeri said he wants to serve the Lord on a full-time basis.
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This was recently brought to life by journalist Wanyiri wa Njeri who decided to drop his cameras and microphone to serve people in the church.

The Kenya Institute of Mass Communications (KIMC) alumni recently disclosed that he has ditched his journalism profession to become a man of the cloth.

Speaking in an exclusive phone interview with YEN.com.gh, Wanyiri said he will be leaving the newsroom to pursue formation into the priesthood.

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According to Wanyiri who worked for Iganjo FM and MT Kenya TV, he will be joining Christ the King Major Seminary in Nyeri on August 6, 2021, to start the journey.

"I will be reporting to the Christ the King Major Seminary in Nyeri on August 6, 2021. I am responding to my calling to serve people," he said.

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Wanyiri has been serving the Lord for some time now

Wanyiri noted that God's ministry has always been in him only that he had not decided to follow the path fully.

The journalist told YEN.com.gh that he always felt comfortable at church more than when he was at his day job.

He added that he wanted to serve people in the church fully hence his decision to make the change.

Wanyiri stated that he had been serving in church but felt he needed to give it more time and even full time.

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''I have been in media but have not been very comfortable working. But I usually feel happy and comfortable while serving people in the church. I have been working with my people in the church and they needed me so I decided to give them my full time, hence my decision." Wanyiri added.

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He also revealed that he had ordered a Mercedes-Benz E250 worth KSh 4.5 million for her.

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