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Mark Masai who was born as Abdullahi Kasim is a popular Kenyan journalist, media personality and news anchor, known for his fluency in The British language and good looks. This is because he spent a huge part of his childhood in the United Kingdom.
Masai was an intern at Hope FM while still learning. He was immediately approached by Radio Africa after graduating. He later moved to Classic FM and did some commercials. His amazing presenting skills landed him a job at NTV in 2008 where he was the youngest presenter with just 22 years. He covered issues on human rights and environment and one of his popular reports on pollution on Dandora dam. He quit NTV to work for CCTV Africa where he had a chance to travel, something he liked a lot. He finally came back to NTV and was welcomed well. He is definitely one of the most popular presenters in Kenya.
Following his recent exit from NTV, Mark took to his twitter account to post the following: "ntvkenya is a great team! These are different times. Was a great show. Time for a short commercial break. I'll be back"
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