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TerryAnne Chebet

From selling ‘mitumba’ clothes to news anchoring and owing businesses

TerryAnne Chebet shares on her journey from the streets of Kitale to the primetime news and self employment.

Terryanne Chebet was born in Kitale, Kenya. At age 18 she came to Nairobi to fulfill her dreams.

She is currently the host of Kenya’s leading Business News magazine, Citizen Business Centre, and has worked in key financial journalism institutions such as CNBC Africa, CCTV Africa and National Broadcaster KBC.

Chebet is also a moderator, poem writer and speaker, having facilitated key national and state business and economic events.

Source:Kenya NTV

Terryanne Chebet

Email: hello@terryannechebet.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TerryanneChebet

 

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