Beautiful Kenyan Celebrity, former Ebru TV News Anchor and current radio host at Kiss 100 radio station, has recalled what happened to her after presenting a bulletin TV for the first time ever on live screen. Kamene Goro who host a breakfast show at Kiss 100 every weekday with Jalang'o, said that she studied Law but she always wanted to be in media industry.
(Photo| Kamene Goro)
She started working as a field reporter. She was very scared at first, but the manager mentored her all through. Her duties were to do screen tests and to write scripts. She was trained until she was cleared to go live on air.
That day when she went live on air for the first time, her best friend who was her mentor and who also worked as a news anchor, died. Her first item she read, was the death of her mentor and best friend. It was hard for her that she went to the bathroom, sat on the floor and cried. She tried to maintain a straight on screen all through, it was a hard bulletin.
(Photo| Kamene Goro)
She was the youngest news anchor in the country aged 21 years. She used to read both 1 pm, 7 pm and 9 pm news as she was the sole news anchor.
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