Kenyan journalist Francis Gachuri has worked for KBC and Citizen TV, among other Kenyan media outlets.
In Kenya, he is well known for both his celebrity interviews and his reporting on social and political concerns. In addition to working for traditional media, the journalist also has a sizable following on social media sites like Twitter.
He is well known for his expertise, ethics, and dedication to his work and uses his platform to convey news, opinions, and ideas about current events in Kenya.
Where Is Francis Gachuri Going Now?
Francis Gachuri, a journalist from Kenya who had spent 16 years working for Royal Media Services, made his exit known. Also, he acts as the Political Editor for Citizen TV and hosts Kiririmbi, the most popular political discussion program on iNooro TV.
The journalist is a cast member of News Gang, a well-known news analysis program. He began working for the channel as a reporter before being elevated to the positions of senior reporter and senior political affairs editor.
He performed these obligations up to March 1, 2023, when he made the decision to step down from his role as the national administration and interior ministry’s chief of communications.
We wish Francis the best in his future ambitions and career as he transfers to the Ministry of Interior and National Administration to take on the position of Secretary of Strategic Communications.
How Rich Is Francis Gachuri? His Net Worth And Salary
Francis Gachuri made an estimated $600K each month at Royal Media, according to Pulse Live. He hasn’t, however, made his exact net worth public yet.
Francis Gachuri is likely wealthy and in secure financial standing, nonetheless, given his reputation in Kenya as a distinguished and accomplished journalist. Despite this, journalist and media personality Francis Gachuri has benefited most from his work in the field.
Details On Francis Gachuri New Job
Francis gave a sincere farewell to his fellow soldiers before announcing his departure from the station.
Gachuri will also be in responsibility of creating, putting into practice, and evaluating communication strategies that support the Ministry’s successful positioning and efforts to foster trust in his new role as Secretary of Strategic Communications.