Sources privy to the matter told kenyagist.com that Tamima would be heading to Rembo TV, a station owned by Star Times.
The station recently announced that it would be adding new programs at no extra cost.
In a statement, Chatspot presenter Teresia Wambui (Kush Tracey) appreciated her boss for the time that they had worked together at the station.
“This woman right here was not only my boss but an answered prayer in my life. Iâ€™m truly grateful for you and always know you are truly loved and appreciated anywhere you go may Godâ€™s grace and favor follow you.
“Thank you for all that youâ€™ve taught me and for being patient with me as I grew in this media space Iâ€™ll forever be grateful,” Tracey stated.
Ibrahim, who has a wealth of experience in creating contact, was not only the Chatspot host but also the Head of Content at the station.
Before her career at Switch TV, Tamima worked at the Standard Media Group as Programmes Acquisition Executive for five years.
Meanwhile, another presenter by the name Hadiya Mwasiwa, also called it quits.
The Swahili presenter, who has been at the station for two years, announced her departure on Friday, August 7, during her last bulletin.
Sources say that she will be heading to Standard Media Group where she will be working with her husband Radio Maisha Presenter Mwalimu Mbaruk.
“Everything that has a beginning also has an end,” she told her audience during the bulletin.