Top Citizen TV anchor, reporters graduate at UoN


UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI GRADUANDS PHOTO/COURTESY
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI GRADUANDS PHOTO/COURTESY

Citizen Television’s news anchor Kirigo Ng’arua and reporters Sam Gituku and Judy Kosgei graduated on Friday, December 4 at the University of Nairobi (UoN) with respective Master’s degrees.

Kirigo Ng’arua Kamuya was awarded a Master of Arts Degree in Diplomacy, Sam Gituku Master’s in Communication Studies and Judy Kosgei Master of Arts in International Conflict Management.

Kirigo Ng’arua Kamuya was awarded a Master of Arts Degree in Diplomacy PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Kirigo Ng’arua Kamuya was awarded a Master of Arts Degree in Diplomacy PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Citizen TV Reporter Sam Gituku graduates with Master’s degree in Communication Studies PHOTO/SAM GITUKU
Citizen TV Reporter Sam Gituku graduates with Master’s Degree in Communication Studies PHOTO/SAM GITUKU

University of Nairobi’s 54th graduation ceremony comes after the institution of higher learning was ranked 174 among the best 200 universities in the emerging world economies.

UoN grabbed the lucrative spot in the BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings category of the UK’s Times Higher Education magazine.

Kenya is represented in the ranking for the first time.

Other countries that participated for the first time include Nigeria, Ghana, Jordan, Qatar and Oman while Egypt returned to the ranking, having had no institutions represented in 2014.

The 2016 rankings included 200 institutions from 35 countries, up from 100 from 18 countries in 2015.

Congratulations to Kirigo, Sam and Judy.

 

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