Larry Madowo Returns To Our Screens With New US-Based Job

Critically acclaimed Kenyan journo and BBC journalist Larry Madowo is making a comeback to our screens. He returns to work for the BBC after a year-long hiatus to further his studies at Columbia University on a journalism fellowship.

The Media personality will be working as a correspondent for the BBC in the USA and his first assignment is inside a COVID-19 intensive care unit. Madowo shared a photo on his Twitter alongside his two partners all donning hazmat suits. He will be covering the pivotal moment of Covid-19 in the US and his story will air on BBC World Service and BBC World.

Larry took a break as the BBC Africa Business Editor job after being named as of the beneficiaries of the 44th Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Business and Economics at the Columbia Journalism School.  Reports claim the fellowship provides full tuition and a living stipend of Sh6 million for experienced journalists to take graduate courses at the university.

Before joining BBC, Larry worked at NTV where he’s credited for starting The Trend entertainment show.

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