As Catherine Kasavuli battled cervical cancer at the Kenyatta National Hospital, she had support from family and colleagues. Before her death, Kasavuli had worked as a news anchor since 1980's in Kenya's top media stations including Citizen tv, KTN and recently worked in Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC).
Kenyans have today woken up to a shocking news of Veteran journalist Catherine Kasavuli who is reported to be dead after battling a long week in hospital after being diagnosed of cancer Politicians at large and Kenyans send condolence note to Catherine Kasavuli with some commenting on a big role that she played while she was in the journalism industry.
1. Tom Mboya. He held bachelors in industrial management from Ruskin college in Oxford.He was a trade unionist who served as the government spokesman, Kanu Secretary General and former Kamukunji MP. He spearheaded the 1950s American Student Airlifts that took over 3,000 of Kenya’s brightest for further studies who formed the backbone of the country's educated technocrats.
The beautiful lady is called Susan Mboya. She was born on 16th March, 1965. She is the daughter to the late Kenyan trade unionist, Tom Mboya and the wife to the former Nairobi county governor, Evans Kidero. She holds a bachelor's degree in Pharmacy from University of Connecticut, Masters and PHD in industrial pharmacy from Massachusetts college of Pharmacy.
In Kenya, there are roads which are named after prominent leaders who served the country to a great extent. Starting from the capital city of Nairobi, there are numerous road named after people like Kenyatta road, Tom Mboya among others. But have you ever known that there is a road that exists as Raila Odinga way that was renamed after the famous opposition leader Raila Odinga of Azimio.
To most people, the name Mohammed Amin might not ring a bell and this is because with time, his name disappeared from the media after his untimely death. photo courtesy. According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the man himself, Mohammed Amin was a Renowned journalist who was known for his ability to bring breaking news to the public especially when it was something to do with Africa.
According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that renowned Kenyan journalist Catherine Kasavuli has passed away. Photo:Courtesy The deceased who had been admitted to the hospital had revealed that she had been battling cancer days before she passed away.
Gladys Wanga who is the governor for Homa Bay county and one of Azimio LA umoja allies today tweeted on her twitter page that With pleasure, I joined H.E. President @WilliamsRuto for a consultative meeting at Tom Mboya University in Homa Bay town. We are working with the National Government to improve and strengthen our county's development efforts.
It is a sad morning as Kenyans receive news Concerning death of celebrated Media personality Catherine Kasavuli. This was after battling cancer for some time. Moments after her death, video of news anchor Tom Mboya cheering her as he sang and laughed with her surfaced on social media platforms.
'Homa Bay is Raila's Bedroom' - How Homa Bay Crowd Responded to Kajwang's Question In Ruto's Meeting
After holding a mini rally in Homa Bay town that attracted a hundreds of residents, president William Ruto accompanied by deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and other local leaders proceeded to the launch of the Affordable House projects. During the launch, Homa Bay senator Moses Otieno Kajwang stirred up the crowd after pausing a question on former key heroes that came from the county.
The beautiful and magnificent building is popularly known as Afya Centre for all Nairobi city residents and those who travel in and out of the city. It is situated along Tom Mboya street. It is owned by shareholders of a microfinance institution called Afya Sacco. It is arguably the only green building in the city that acts as a common meeting point for many people due to its easy access considering that it is centrally located where most matatus drop their passengers.
President William Ruto flanked by senior government officials are expected anytime from now to arrive in Homabay county for a series of projects launch. The head of state is expected at Tom Mboya university in Homabay Town for a meet up with leaders before launching several development projects in the county.
Tom Mboya, has left kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after what he did for the late Catherine Kasavuli a week before her death went viral. According to the source, Tom played a guitar for Kasavuli during the time he visited her at hospital, something that has left Kenyans praising him on social media.
Homa Bay Senator Hon. Peter Kaluma on Wednesday (January 11) listed 10 requests and concerns from residents in his backyard ahead of President William Ruto's visit. Ruto is set to embark on an extensive tour of Luo Nyanza counties on Friday, January 13, 2023.
The TBT photo of three legends that was posted by the current Member of Parliament for Homa Bay Town Constituency Hon. George Peter Opondo Kaluma has left many people talking online. Photo: Courtesy (Collage of Hon. Peter Opondo Kaluma) Hon. Peter Opondo Kaluma yesterday posted the tbt photo of the late Daniel Arap Moi, Tom Mboya and Charles Njonjo.
President William Samoei Ruto started his two today tour in Nyanza region. It should be remembered that Nyanza region is the home to the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga whom Ruto competed with the August 9 2022 presidential election. The region has also been a stronghold of Odinga for many years.
KBC news anchor Tom Mboya singing to colleague Catherine Kasavuli at KNH, last week. Watch this video link. https://fb.watch/hKlrp-8J39/ The Veteran journalist and prime time news anchor Catherine Kasavuli succumbed following a battle with cancer. In November, Tom led his colleagues and friends in the media fraternity to mobilise people to donate blood for urgent transfusion after she was admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital late October, battling cervical cancer.
His name is Aggrey Otieno Ambala. He was a beneficiary of the Tom Mboya student airlift program that saw him study bachelor in economics from Howard University ,USA. He completed his studies and came back home with not only degrees in economics, but also a business idea that would change the appetite of many Kenyans.
Honourable George Peter Kaluma has announced the visit of president William Samoei Ruto to Nyanza region starting from Friday, January 13. The head of state is set to visit Raila's region and he will be received by local leaders who will present the needs and concerns of the Nyanza people.
The Bunge FC, a football team affiliated with the Kenyan Parliament that continues to operate to this day, recruits its players from senators and members of the National Assembly. Senators and lawmakers. A TBT photo of some of the team's former high-ranking government officials has been shared.