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Fanaka Tv C.E.O Terryanne Chebet pens an international deal

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Former Citizen reporter Terryanne Chebet was is now the C.E.O of Fanaka Tv has signed an agreement with CNBC Africa making Fanaka Tv the content distributor in Kenya.

Taking to social media to announce the major move,Chebet said “In addition to our ‘Best of Breed’ Business Shows based on Kenyan content, you can now watch World Class business news and shows on Fanaka TV. This week in Johannesburg I have signed an agreement with CNBC Africa which now assigns Fanaka TV as a content distribution partner in Kenya.”

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Fanaka Tv is a Kenyan business content broadcaster and by teaming up with CNBC Africa,Fanaka Tv will also be airing world business news.

To begin the journey,Fanaka Tv will hold up a ‘Great Interest Rates Debate’ that will take place on Monday 18th June 2018 at Strathmore University.

This debate will air on both Fanaka TV ( Free to air on Pang Channel 178 & Signet) and CNBC across Africa.

“This milestone is truly transformational for us at Fanaka as we strive to bring you the best in business and economic journalism, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week” Terryanne chebet said.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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