BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty, 47, has been forced to say goodbye to yet another beloved colleague, shortly after Dan Walker’s departure to Channel 5 News.The journalist took to Twitter to admit that the news would mark “a huge loss” for her and everyone else at the BBC.Naga shared an emotional response after Secunder Kermani announced he would be leaving his BBC role as the broadcaster’s correspondent in Pakistan and Afghanistan in favour of a new job at Channel 4 News.Secunder wrote in view of his 60,000 followers earlier this week: “Pleased to say I’ll be joining @Channel4News as a foreign affairs correspondent later this year based out of London… “Am looking forward to working with a great team on stories right across the world.”Naga was one of many to wish Secunder the best of luck in his new role with the BBC’s rival news channel.She emotionally penned in view of her 273,000 followers: “Congratulations! “A huge loss for us, and C4's immense gain x.”BBC World News presenter Karin Giannone quickly joined Naga in sharing a farewell message.She replied: “Congratulations to a brilliant colleague.Sorry to see you go though!” BBC News Analysis Editor Ros Atkins echoed: “What a move.
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