Elphas Lagat, an award-winning media personality, has earned a new job with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), months after leaving Citizen TV, which is owned by Royal Media Services (RMS). On Monday, Lagat announced his arrival to the BBC on social media, saying that he is glad for the new chapter in his journalism career. “This is my first day at the BBC. I instantly realized that I had come over clothed. Everyone has been so kind and friendly. This new chapter has me ecstatic and grateful. “AlwaysBelieve,” Elphas Lagat writes in a post.
After working at Citizen TV for three years and five months, the journalist announced his departure at the end of last year. Lagat spent 7 months as a broadcast journalist with Standard Group before to joining Citizen TV. Prior to it, he spent two years as a content producer at Real Image Communication (EA). Lagat graduated from Moi University with a degree in communication and journalism and interned at Citizen TV from September 2015 to January 2016.
Victor Kiprop, who left NTV after three years, joined the BBC as a business reporter in November, with Sara Adam, a former K24 journalist. Former KTN news anchor Akisa Wandera and ex-Nation Media Group journalist Brian Osweta are among those who have just joined the BBC. “His Grace has always been, and always will be, sufficient for me.” Thank you, Lord! You are deserving of all the praise. After joining the BBC, Brian Osweta wrote, “Truly it has been a year of Great Expansion.”
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