The famous media personality Catherine Kasavuli was laid to rest in an emotional send-off. Hundreds of mourners including politicians came out in large numbers to bid farewell to the television queen.
Catherine Kasavuli died after bravely battling cancer for some years. Born in 1962, she was the first female television anchor in Kenya and has worked for Kenya broadcasting corporation, standard media group, and royal media services.
During the Swahili news bulletin, the Presenter of the royal media services citizen television revealed how Kasavuli Turned Down a Luxurious car Offer to Join the royal media services.
"I can recall that it was an uphill task to get Catherine from KTN. Royal Media Services Group Managing Director Wachira Waruru and I had to visit Catherine at home," Swaleh Mdoe said.
He narrated that it was after taking supper in her house that they tried to convince her to join the station and when the ktn heard about it, they promised to buy her a new luxurious car to stay in.
"We then tried to entice her to join Royal Media Service after taking supper at her house. I saw Catherine crying literally because when KTN heard that she wanted to leave the station, they promised to buy her a brand-new car and she became undecided on whether to take the car or join the citizen television. We finally succeed her to Citizen Television." Swaleh further said.
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