NTV Uganda news anchor Flavia Tumusiime has signed out from the Serena Hotel-based TV station NTV Uganda after six years of service.

Flavia Tumusiime waved goodbye to her workmates at Nation Media Group of companies through her social media platforms where she thanked former NTV Uganda news manager Maurice Mugisha for giving her the opportunity to join the newsroom.

Before Flavia Tumusiime publicly threw in the towel, she was rumored to have requested a pay increment to extend her tenure at the station but her pleas only fell on the deaf ears of her bosses.

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Taking to her online platforms, she jotted down a lengthy statement stating how she has officially called it a day at NTV Uganda despite not giving reasons as to why she decided to quit.

Flavia last appeared on set in April and since the start of May, she had not yet bounced back to anchoring news.

With rumors that she might be on the brink of joining NBS TV, Flavia Tumusiime revealed that she will be revealing her next move soon.

Praying you’re all happy and healthy and walking the path of greatness.

I start the week with good news. After 20 years in television, I have chosen to challenge myself again.

In 2015, I was given an opportunity by Maurice Mugisha to join the newsroom NTV Uganda as an anchor and that challenge was accepted with fear and grace.

Thank you Aggie Itazya who at the time insisted I will do great and didn’t give time to my anxiety.

Thank you for the training and the platform that has rebranded me and helped my career adjust to a new vision I have since set for myself.Thank you to the viewer.

YOU have been the reason for a lot of my success and I will never take you for granted.

April 2021 was my last month as anchor and host NTV Uganda and the start of great changes in both my career (media personality, content creator, and business partner) and life as a wife and mother.

You will always be part of my life and I don’t intend to hide the next move or actions of my life.

For now, mine is gratitude for where I’ve been and who I’ve become and I hope young people will now occupy these spaces we are leaving and that you’ll do great things.

Love and light.

Flavia Tumusiime

We wish Flavia Tumusiime the best of luck in her new journey!

Solomon Mwesigwa

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