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Narok TV boy Levis Saoli impresses again with fluent mock report on Kibra by-election

Godis barly

Nov. 04, 2019

- Saoli's flawless reporting both in English and Kiswahili has left many impressed with his eloquence and confidence
- His first edition that went go viral was about the Mau evictions where he contextualised the events in a captivating manner
- Citizen TV launched a search for him and Linus Kaikai on Saturday confirmed they were in touch with the boy
- His latest edition was about the Kibra by-election campaigns and by-election slated for November 7
Levis Saoli, a secondary school student from Narok county whose mastery of live reporting skills had become the talk of town has unleashed another mock edition.
The fresh edition which showed Saoli filing a live report for Citizen TV during the Kibra by-election campaigns proved that the youngster was set to give the seasoned TV reporters a run for their money.
As was earlier reported by TUKO.co.ke, Saoli impressed many after a video of him reporting on Mau evictions in flawless Kiswahili went viral.
His Kibra edition, however, proved the teenager was not only versed with Kiswahili Mufti but was also at the top of his game with the Queen's language.
"I am getting you clearly here in Kibra where politics is every day's agenda in every platform that presents itself. As time lapses towards Kibra by election, political parties are taking into the forefront and campaigning immensely for their candidates. Deputy President William Ruto asked Kibra people to come out in large numbers and vote for Jubilee's McDonald Mariga.
On the other side, former prime minister and ODM party leader Raila Odinga together with Kirinyaga governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru and her Makueni counterpart Kivutha Kibwana drummed up support for ODM's Imran Okoth," the young reporter smoothly narrated.
In his coverage, Saoli acted as if responding to Citizen TV's Jeff Koinange and Vitoria Rubadiri.
Following his first edition, which wowed many, Royal Media Services (RMS) embarked on a search for the talented boy.
In a tweet on Saturday, November 2, director of strategy and innovation at Citizen TV Linus Kaiki confirmed they had traced the boy .
As he concluded his Kibra edition, Saoli signed off by asking who among the candidates fronted for the race will manage to clinch the hotly contested seat.
"Who among the 24 candidates will win the hearts of more Kibra voters and eventually be elected as the Member of Parliament?
That is all from Kibra but I will keep in touch with you in the studio and inform you of the upcoming. Reporting for Citizen TV, I am Levis Saoli. Back to you in studio Jeff and Victoria," the student concluded.
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