Catherine Kasavuli died last night after battling cervical cancer. Photo: Catherine Kasavuli. Source: Twitter KBC Managing Director Samuel Maina confirmed the journalist’s death this morning saying she breathed her last, last night.
Legendary Kenyan news anchor Catherine Kasavuli died last evening after a battle with cervical cancer Kasavuli was receiving treatment at the Kenyatta National Hospital until last night (December 29) when she died In November this year, the news anchor appealed for blood donation after revealing she was sick with the disease PAY ATTENTION: Help us change more lives, join TUKO.co.ke’s Patreon programme. Veteran TV news anchor Catherine Kasavuli has passed on aged 60 at the Kenyatta National Hospital after a months-long battle with cancer. Catherine Kasavuli died last night after battling cervical cancer. Photo: Catherine Kasavuli. Source: Twitter KBC Managing Director Samuel Maina confirmed the journalist’s death this morning saying she breathed her last, last night. 172.7K Meet the next Miss World Kenya 2022, Chantou Kwamboka | Tuko Extra According to a report by the Daily Nation, Maina said her demise on the night of December 29 was after losing the battle with cervical cancer. “It is true. She passed on yesterday night. It is related to the cancer ailment that she’s been bravely fighting in the recent past,” Maina said. READ ALSO Catherine Kasavuli Rests: Kenyans Mourn Iconic News Presenter PAY ATTENTION: Share your outstanding story with our editors! Please reach us through email@example.com or WhatsApp: 0732482690. The legendary media personality hung her boots in 2013 after a long and decorated career in the media industry as a news anchor. Last year, however, she returned to the screens as a prime news anchor on KBC. Her stint at KBC was sadly short-lived as in November 2022, she announced she was battling cervical cancer. There was an outpouring of love and support for the beautiful anchor after the announcement in which she also appealed for blood donation and help with medical bills. “The last month has really been crazy for me, I want to take this moment and appreciate my family, colleagues in the media industry, the Catherine Kasavuli Foundation team, my doctors, friends, strangers, and online community; I wish I could respond to all your messages, I see them and I’m really humbled. May God remember you,” she said in November 2022.