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Aby Agina's Bio

Business Anchor/Reporter

Journalism to Aby was hatched way back in the late 80's. At the age of three years, he would read articles of the Daily Nation newspaper to his dad. He was to later join and write for the same publication a few years later.

Aby joined Daily Nation as an intern in 2010 fresh from clearing undergraduate studies in Information Science at Moi University Eldoret where he majored in Media and Publishing Studies. He honed my skills in writing and was deployed to the news desk where he wrote on a number of topics ranging from ICC, Politics, Health, Entertainment, Sports, to Education.

His journey in journalism was to take a new course in 2011 when he joined a graduate trainee program dubbed Media Lab at Nation Media, after which he was posted to the NTV Business Desk early December of 2011.

He joined Kenya Television Network, KTN in late 2014 as a Business Anchor and Reporter.

Aby hosts a weekly show dubbed KTN Job Centre. The show has been receiving rave reviews and there’s hope to grow its audience base by linking job seekers with opportunities in the market and also, give them emerging industry trends.

Aside from KTN Job Centre he also conducts lunch hour interviews under the Business Chat segment where he get to engage with industry leaders to get insights on policy and other market dynamics as well affecting the ordinary mwananchi and the economy at large.

Aby reports on regional issues that touch on trade, infrastructure and ICT. He has bagged two awards in his quest to bring to the world the tales of traders. In 2012, he was crowned the best business broadcast TV reporter in East Africa. A year later he was feted as the overall best reporter in East Africa during the EAC Media Awards in Kampala, Uganda following his scintillating two-part report titled the Untold Tales of Truck Drivers.

The best moments in his career are to celebrate the gains made in the world of business and put a spotlight to the barriers to trade that face the Kenyan and the regional market at large. He has a growing interest in reporting on Tourism, Aviation, Oil and Gas economics.

Aby has travelled widely in Africa and yonder to gather the latest in the world of business. He on many occasions acts as a stand-in anchor for major live events. He covered the Budget Speech in 2012, and 2013 among other key events.

He has conducted interviews with industry titans and the lowest in the chain of the economic movers. He has undergone training on Business and Financial reporting at Strathmore and a short term course on basics of Oil reporting by Tullow Oil. “Business runs through my blood.”

Aby Agina's Bio

Business Anchor/Reporter

Journalism to Aby was hatched way back in the late 80's. At the age of three years, he would read articles of the Daily Nation newspaper to his dad. He was to later join and write for the same publication a few years later.

Aby joined Daily Nation as an intern in 2010 fresh from clearing undergraduate studies in Information Science at Moi University Eldoret where he majored in Media and Publishing Studies. He honed my skills in writing and was deployed to the news desk where he wrote on a number of topics ranging from ICC, Politics, Health, Entertainment, Sports, to Education.

His journey in journalism was to take a new course in 2011 when he joined a graduate trainee program dubbed Media Lab at Nation Media, after which he was posted to the NTV Business Desk early December of 2011.

He joined Kenya Television Network, KTN in late 2014 as a Business Anchor and Reporter.

Aby hosts a weekly show dubbed KTN Job Centre. The show has been receiving rave reviews and there’s hope to grow its audience base by linking job seekers with opportunities in the market and also, give them emerging industry trends.

Aside from KTN Job Centre he also conducts lunch hour interviews under the Business Chat segment where he get to engage with industry leaders to get insights on policy and other market dynamics as well affecting the ordinary mwananchi and the economy at large.

Aby reports on regional issues that touch on trade, infrastructure and ICT. He has bagged two awards in his quest to bring to the world the tales of traders. In 2012, he was crowned the best business broadcast TV reporter in East Africa. A year later he was feted as the overall best reporter in East Africa during the EAC Media Awards in Kampala, Uganda following his scintillating two-part report titled the Untold Tales of Truck Drivers.

The best moments in his career are to celebrate the gains made in the world of business and put a spotlight to the barriers to trade that face the Kenyan and the regional market at large. He has a growing interest in reporting on Tourism, Aviation, Oil and Gas economics.

Aby has travelled widely in Africa and yonder to gather the latest in the world of business. He on many occasions acts as a stand-in anchor for major live events. He covered the Budget Speech in 2012, and 2013 among other key events.

He has conducted interviews with industry titans and the lowest in the chain of the economic movers. He has undergone training on Business and Financial reporting at Strathmore and a short term course on basics of Oil reporting by Tullow Oil. “Business runs through my blood.”

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