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RVIBS’ Media Students Shine In Journalism Contest

By October 31, 2023November 1st, 2023News

BY: Communication Team

Students from RVIBS’ School of Media showed their prowess during a journalism contest organized by TV47 in Nakuru.

The contest brought together media colleges in Nakuru to compete in three categories; Reporting, News reading and talent show.

Students from the various colleges were involved in Reporting incidents as well as news reading.

Kelvin Maroko, a media student at RVIBS College, receiving a reward from journalist Yusuf Wambugu after emerging top in journalism contest held in Nakuru. Photo/Kuria Martin

It is during the exercise that Job Sereti and Kelvin Maroko emerged as the best TV reporter and news reader respectively.

Sereti and Maroko are among media students at RVIBS School of Journalism where they are pursuing Diploma in Broadcast Journalism.

“Aliyeibuka bora katika kitengo cha utangazaji wa ripota nyanjani si mwingine il ani huyu bingwa Job Sereti kutoka chuo cha RVIBS,” Journalist Yusuf Wambugu, who was one of the judges during the contest, announced.

Job Sereti receiving a reward after emerging the best TV reporter during a journalism contest for media students in Nakuru on 21st October 2023

Maroko beat his competitors after performing well in news reading and ambush questions category.

The two cited RVIBS’ practical training as one of the building blocks to their good reporting skills

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