Former NTV news anchor Larry Madowo has left UK based BBC and joined CNN where he will be their official Nairobi based correspondent.
The news was confirmed by Senior Vice President of International Newsgathering and Managing Editor Deborah Rayner who noted Larry Madowo’s experience in vast categories including business, politics, and entertainment.
- Larry Madowo receives Pfizer vaccine, reveals experience
- Larry King: legendary TV talk show host dies aged 87
- KOT react to trash outside Larry Madowo’s apartment
“From enterprise reporting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region to investigations into oil drilling in Namibia’s Kavango Basin, via a range of cultural and business stories across dedicated programming, Africa has never been more visible on CNN’s multiple platforms.
Larry is an experienced journalist whose expertise across politics, business, entertainment and hard news stories will play into our diverse coverage of East Africa and beyond.” Said Deborah Rayner
The former NTV anchor began his career on TV at the age of 20-years when he joined KTN before moving to NTV where he doubled as a news anchor and the host of popular entertainment segment dubbed the Trend.
He then moved to BBC where he worked as their correspondent and also filled in as a TV anchor during his reign as their Washington-based correspondent.