Famous TV anchor and Kenyan journalist Terryanne Chebet will be gracing television screens once again following a two-year hiatus.
Chebet who previously worked as general manager at Metropol TV has announced that she will be joining CNBC Africa as a senior correspondent as well as a Business Development Lead in Kenya.
“I’m excited about going back to where it all began. I’ve joined Africa’s Leading Business News Channel CNBC Africa as a Senior Correspondent as well as leading Business Development in Kenya,” Chebet shared via Twitter.
However, this is not her first time working for CNBC after departing the TV station in 2010. She initially joined the station as a reporter and producer.
The experienced TV anchor has previously also worked with major news outlets in the country such as Kenya Broadcast Corporation KBC, Citizen TV, Metropol TV, and Fanaka TV.
Chebet has had an illustrious career in the news industry and is a very well-known household name. She has experienced both highs and lows thus prompting her to make several adjustments throughout her career.
Despite being fired from Citizen TV in 2018 she highlighted how losing her job helped her to grow stronger as an individual.
“I was at my prime, I had done a good job, it happened and it had to happen. But when I look back I’m like it was necessary because there were some lessons I needed to learn and if that didn’t happen I wouldn’t be where I am,” Chebet shared.
The Veteran TV anchor and businesswoman is also the founder of Keyara Organics, Pink Foundry, and Scarlet Digital.