Kenya's First Female News Anchor, Kasavuli Hospitalized

According to reports made, Kenya's anchoring queen, Catherine Kasavuli has been admitted at Kenyatta National hospital in a private wing today.

Kenya's First Female News Anchor, Kasavuli Hospitalized

Reports made revealed the KBC news anchor was diagnosed with cervical cancer and was in need of a blood transfusion. Her boss, Samuel Maina, managing director also took to his social media to mobilize people to come out and help her to get the blood. 

"Dear friends, colleagues, and well-wishers. Our dear colleague Catherine Kasavuli is hospitalized at the KNH Private Wing after being diagnosed with cervical cancer. For those who can, she needs a blood transfusion urgently. Your prayers and moral support will be very welcome," Maina stated.

Several media personalities have also come out to urge fans to come to Catherine's rescue and help her get the blood she needs.

Kasavuli was the country's first female news anchor, and she has previously worked for The Kenyan Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), Citizen Television, and Kenya Television Network (KTN). 

Apart from being a well-known news anchor, Kasavuli has also made an impact in the media world after she founded the Kasavuli Media Group Limited which owns several subsidiaries including a training school for broadcasters.