Workers from most religious stations have always complained about salaries. Most of them go without salary for even a period of six months and yet the stations keep going.
This has been something Kasuku has always criticized about religious stations. He recently advised such stations plus those that are beginning not to have so many workers.
He urged them not to right away compete with big stations because they will collapse. According to him, a beginning station should not have many programs because it is still young.
Recently, Pastor Senyonga’s staff at Top TV station wanted to go on strike because they had gone without pay for long. Apparently the station was not doing well and this is why they delayed payments.
However, most of them said this wasn’t the case because money was just being diverted elsewhere. Kasuku joined the group by condemning this and he called it exploitation.
Salt Media, however, for Kasuku has endeavored to live up to its image and he advised other religious stations to do the same.
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