Mt. Kenya University students set for London after winning prestigious competition on KTN
The competition was under judges John Allan Namu, Chaacha Mwita and former Citizen TV anchor Janet Mbugua.
"Congratulations once again to on walking away with the top prize for ’s . A trip to London and the opportunity to be coached by some of the worlds leading journalists. A huge congratulations to for putting this show together with .” Shared Janet MbuguaALSO READ: Former Citizen TV Journalist to open own TV station
The Top Story challenge is an investigative journalism competition that brings together the best journalism students from Kenya’s leading universities.
The competition saw 15 universities participate in with only 4 universities being able to proceed to the finals.
The winners of the competition will received a fully paid for, one week trip to London and while there a visit to BBC and Sky Sports.
The aim of the competition is to nurture the next crop of investigative journalists in Kenya. Having been at BBC as the head of African News and current affairs, the AfricaonAir managing director Joseph Warungu came up with the Top Story challenge as a way of giving back to the career that made him who he is today.
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