A veteran TV news anchor, Catherine Kasavuli, has passed away. She was 60 years old at the time of her death. Tributes have poured in for the news anchor on social media ever since the news was announced. KBC Managing Director Samuel Maina confirmed her pasing. Maina said that the anchor died yesterday night and that her demise has saddened a large section of people. Since then, people from the journalism industry and her ell-wishers are coming forward and are expressing their heartfelt tributes. Read the article below for more details.
What Was Catherine Kasavuli Cause Of Death?
As per reports, the veteran TV news anchor Catherine Kasavuli was battling cancer for a long time. She was reportedly fighting Cervical cancer. The womb’s neck is affected by cervical cancer which is caused by the formation of abnormal cells in the cervix’s lining. After the statement in which she also requested blood donations and financial assistance for medical expenses. Taking to Twitter, Mama Rachel Ruto, EGH, Catherine Kasavuli was a woman of great distinction and accomplishment. She added that throughout her career, she consistently demonstrated a strong work ethic, poise, and professionalism.
Mama further wrote that even if the public did not enjoy the news, they enjoyed watching how gracefully she delivered it. In November 2022, she said that the last month has really been crazy for her and that she wants to take this moment and appreciate her family, colleagues in the media industry, the Catherine Kasavuli Foundation team, my doctors, friends, strangers, and online community. “I wish I could respond to all your messages, I see them and I am really humbled. May God remember you”, said her. It is no doubt to see that her death has left the community inconsolable.
Who Was Catherine Kasavuli?
As mentioned, Catherine Kasavuli was a Kenyan news presenter. The anchor started her career as a radio continuity announcer at the Voice of Kenya, afterward known as KBC. It is said that her uncle gave her job application advice when he heard her read from the Bible and pray at supper. She had just turned 18 at that time. Before leaving in 2007 to join Royal Media Services-owned Citizen TV, Kasavuli worked with KTN for 17 years. Now, it is coming forward that she has died and has left her loved ones in profound grief and sorrow. No one seems to believe the fact that she has died. Follow Social Telecast for more updates and the latest and trending news.