Citizen TV does 1 special thing for boy who impressed with reporting skill

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Citizen TV on Wednesday hosted the high school student who impressed netizens with his reporting skills at Royal Media Services (RMS) headquarters.

Photographs obtained by Pulselive.co.ke, showed the high school student, Levis Saoli, with journalists Nimrod Taabu and Victoria Rubadiri.

Here are the photos

Saule demonstrated his passion for journalism by doing an impressive imaginary Swahili piece on Mau eviction exercise.

He imagined himself reporting for Citizen TV, branded his microphone with the channel's name, connected his earpiece and linked himself up to the studios where he fed the audience with developments on Mau evictions.

His presentation impressed Citizen TV Director of Strategy and innovation Linus Kaikai revealed the management was looking for him. 

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