The Kenya Media Industry is not short of people who through sheer hard work and determination have made it big internationally. From Larry Madowo who currently works for USA leading broadcaster CNN, Catherine Soi who works for AlJazeera, and Ferdinand Omondi based at BBC, Kenya has had its share of the International media stage.
And now joining the long list of media personalities working abroad is Ex Citizen TV journalist Dorcas Wangira who has joined the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
According to Kenyans.co.ke, the former Citizen was welcomed by BBC Africa Health Editor, Anne Mawathe, welcomed the journalist to the team.
"I am inviting you to join me in congratulating Dorcas Wangira to the health team."
"She will now be part of the team telling the health story in the continent. Were it not for the pandemic, there would be cake. But well, here we are. Welcome, Dorcas Wangira. The health team is happy to have you with us," read part of the letter.
The Mary Hill High School and Moi University alumni has had an illustrious career working for Standard Media Group before joining the Royal Media Services.
Among her achievements include the 2020 MERCK More Than A Mother Award, East Africa Category for Multi-Media Reporting, 2019, ICT TV Reporting Award, Annual Journalism Excellence Award, 2019 Michael Elliott Award.
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