How President William Ruto Mourned Catherine Kasavuli


The president William Ruto today shared his sad news of the demise of KBC legend Newscaster Catherine Kasavuli who died at Kenyatta National hospital on Thursday night after fighting cervical cancer for some time. According to the president William Ruto’s message, he described Catherine Kasavuli as a hardworking, elegant journalist who helped many people in the country.

Catherine Kasavuli started her career at KBC radio where she was famously known for her hardwok.

“It is with great sorrow that I join Kenyans in mourning the passing of Catherine Kasavuli who died Thursday night at 60, after a long brave fight with cancer.

Catherine was a cheerful, articulate and intelligent news anchor who took to television with unprecedented flair.

Her pleasant smile, clear steady voice, and elegance made her a welcome presence and reassuring bearer of news to Kenyan living rooms for decades.

Countless Kenyans watched her with great admiration and many children grew to emulate her. Today, Kasavuli’s legacy endures, most notably in a distinctive crisp, fluent and articulate elocution we are all accustomed to in broadcast anchoring.

Let us therefore celebrate the life of a talented pioneer who famously excelled in her profession, entrancing the nation with her talent and extraordinary poise.

I pray that God comforts her family in this time of mourning and that her soul rests in eternal peace”,

President William Ruto wrote on his Facebook page.

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