Citizen TV’s Yvonne Okwara is one who is never shy to speak her thoughts. She is a fearless lady, who will call out a politician or anyone in authority for something that they have done wrong.
She is known for her elaborate Explainer segment, and tough stand on News Gang’s Yvonne’s Take alongside other notable journalists including Linus Kaikai, Joe Ageyo, Jamila Mohammed and Francis Gachuri.
Willy M Tuva is both a radio and TV presenter, who works for the Royal Media Services.
The presenter, who hosts Mambo Mseto on Radio Citizen FM and the Mseto East Africa show on Citizen TV, was named the best radio and TV presenter in Africa at the Afrika Muzik Magazine Awards (Afrimma) held in Texas, USA in October 2019.
Tuva has for more than a decade now been at the centre of growing local talent in his regular segments on Radio and TV with many successful East African musicians owing their success to his support.
Wachira Waruru is the Group Managing Director of Royal Media Services which owns Citizen TV, Inooro TV and 12 other radio stations.
In September this year, under his supervision, the station’s elite investigative reporters Asha Mwilu and Waihiga Mwaura exposed brazen corruption that cost the Maasai Mara University approximately Ksh190 million.
Vice-Chancellor Mary Walingo was kicked sent on compulsory leave on Wednesday, September 11, soon after the damning exposé on Citizen TV.
Jeff Koinange is one of the most celebrated Kenyan journalists. The award-winning Citizen TV anchor is famous for his trademark golden-goose voice and hyper, outgoing personality.
He has been hosting the popular Jeff Koinange Live talk show on Citizen TV since February 2017. He is also a breakfast host alongside comedian Professor Hamo, at Hot 96 FM, an English station owned by Royal Media Services.
Koinange was one of the judges at the East Africa's Got Talent show that premiered in August 2019.
Anne Mawathe is an award-winning Kenyan journalist with national, regional and international experience.
An excellent writer, editor and producer comfortable working across different media platforms and news beats, Anne has distinguished herself for her ground-breaking reporting on feature stories-she has covered the ongoing conflict in Goma, DRC talking to different players– to the insightful features on the environment, crime and society.