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Former Look UP TV CEO Eugene Anangwe Lands New Role in (CNBC Africa) Rwanda

Former Look UP TV CEO Eugene Anangwe Lands New Role in (CNBC Africa) Rwanda

A few days after leaving the media company, former Look UP TV Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Eugene Anangwe has been appointed Country Manager of Rwanda’s Consumer News and Business Channel Africa (CNBC Africa).

In a statement on Wednesday, May 11, the former TV boss said he would take up his new role at the channel with immediate effect, adding that he would cover business stories across the continent.

He particularly emphasized that in his new role, he will focus on young entrepreneurs.

“I’m happy to share that I’m starting a new position as Country Manager, Rwanda at CNBC Africa! I am here to support in the strengthening of a platform where the untold stories of young entrepreneurs and innovators from across Africa come alive.
To amplify the voices that speak opportunities for the African youth while simplifying financial reporting on the world’s premier business channel; CNBC Africa,” read the statement in part.

Anangwe resigned from Look UP TV on April 19 after joining the media company in August 2020.

At the station, he managed the operation of the branch and two radio stations, Look UP Radio and Muthingi FM.

In a farewell letter to colleagues, the reporter was optimistic about the channel’s development and said he had done his best.

Former Look UP TV CEO Eugene Anangwe Lands New Role in (CNBC Africa) Rwanda

“In 1 year and 4 months, I had the opportunity to lead a team on a new journey that laid the foundation for Look UP TV’s tremendous success.
“A new assignment beacon and I bow out proud of the team I leave behind. Your only direction is to go – up!” he stated.
Anangwe previously worked at TV47, where he was CEO for over a year after the channel was founded by business tycoon and Mount Kenya University (MKU) founder Professor Simon Gicharu.

From 2015 to 2018, he also worked as a senior anchor and producer at Standard Media Group.

CNBC Africa is one of the continent’s leading business media companies.

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Martin Kinyua

I am a Kenyan, from the mountainous ridges of the central province. I attended school at a local primary school, and while there my love for stories and reading grew. I am now a graduate and still have not abandoned my love for books.

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