The royal media fraternity including Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) has been thrown into deep mourning suddenly after a popular TV anchor died today.
The journalist identified as Badi Muhsin passed away today while receiving treatment in the hospital.
Badi underwent a surgery in 2020 after having some mild problems in his kidney. This was after he complained of malfunctioning of the the vital organs.
He is remembered for his good work for the national broadcaster during President Daniel Moi's era in 1980 and later retired in 2002. Luckily enough, he returned back to his journalism carrier in 2020 at KBC.
He upheld integrity and discipline in his work throughout his carrier period. This can be seen in some sentiments he made in one of his interviews with Parents Magazine.
“You have to be willing to learn and prove yourself. You also have to be highly disciplined as your work puts you in the public limelight and your behaviour, at work at outside, reflects on your station,” Badi said in an interview with Parents Magazine.
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