Victoria Rubadiri Lands A Lucrative Job As She Prepares To Exit Citizen Tv After Staying For 6 Years

Victoria Rubadiri Lands A Lucrative Job As She Prepares To Exit Citizen Tv After Staying For 6 Years

Victoria Rubadiri is a well-known news anchor at Citizen TV in Kenya. Sources say she will soon leave Citizen TV after working there for six years. She is leaving to take a job as Africa’s reporter for CNN.

This past week, Rubadiri’s co-workers at Royal Media Services (RMS), which owns Citizen TV, had a cake to celebrate her time at the station. She has hosted popular shows like Citizen Weekend on Saturdays and Sunday Live with Jeff Koinange on Sundays.In recent months, other senior journalists like Hassan Mugambi and Chemutai Goin have also left RMS and Citizen TV.Rubadiri is respected for her storytelling abilities. In 2020, she won the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award for excellence in journalism. The award allowed her to train at the BBC Academy and work with the BBC News team for three months.

One of her famous reporting pieces was called ‘Wombs of Sorrow,’ about Kenyan women suffering from cervical cancer. Before joining Citizen TV, Rubadiri worked at the Nation Media Group’s NTV station, co-hosting a weekend show with CNN’s Larry Madowo.Her departure from Citizen TV comes as the station’s parent company, RMS, has seen other high-profile exits recently.

However, the reasons behind Rubadiri’s decision to leave for CNN are not fully known.The news of her upcoming move has attracted significant attention in Kenya’s media industry, as she is one of the country’s most prominent broadcasters. Her new role at CNN will allow her to report on events across the African continent for an international audience.

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