Kamene Goro & Other Media Personalities Who Went to Kenya High School

  • From left to right: media personalities Carol Radull, Olive Burrows and Kamene Goro
    From left to right: media personalities Carol Radull, Olive Burrows and Kamene Goro
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  • Located in the leafy suburbs of Kileleshwa, Nairobi, the Kenya High School is regarded among the upper echelon of top public national schools across the country. 

    Established in 1908, the girls' high school has undergone tremendous transformation over the years in a bid to edge out the stiff competition.

    Similarly, a number of media personalities who have reached acclaimed status in their respective careers are a product of secondary school. 

    Radio Presenter Kamene Goro in the Kiss Fm Studios
    Radio Presenter Kamene Goro in the Kiss Fm Studios
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    Kamene Goro

    Media personality and extraordinaire, Kamene Goro, is an alumnus of Kenya High School. She is renowned for hosting Kiss FM's breakfast show for the past three years.

    She later joined the University of Nairobi where she pursued an undergraduate degree in law. Her stint in media came during her second year when she was a prime-time anchor at Ebru TV. 

    Amina Abdi Rabar, a renowned event moderator and host to NTV's The Trend, is also an alumnus of the prestigious high school.

    The media personality, whose career has seen her grow to become one of Kenya's renowned stars, has experience stretching both on radio and TV. 

    Aside from NTV, she hosts the Turn Up entertainment show on Maisha Magic East alongside DJ Joe Mfalme.

    The name Carol Radull is synonymous with avid sports fans and pundits. The former Kiss 100 FM presenter had amassed 21 years at Radio Africa.

    During her tenure, she launched Radio Jambo and subsequently hired Gidi Gidi and Ghost Mulee. Radull is also credited for launching the (Radio Africa Group Limited (RAL) Digital department.

    During a past interview, Radull recalled her past days at the school, noting that her tutors voted her as a failure. 

    “I eventually landed at Kenya High School where I was voted by the teachers as the most likely to fail in life,” Radull reminisced during a past interview with Churchill. 

    NTV's Olive Burrows is also an alumnus of the school. With over a decade of anchoring and storytelling under her belt, Burrows is renowned for interviewing United States' 44th President, Barrack Obama. 

    NTV News anchors Dennis Okari and Olive Burrows on set.
    NTV News anchors Dennis Okari and Olive Burrows on set.
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