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Renowned Journalist Solomon Serwanjja Finally Leaving Political Command Centre

Renowned NBS journalist and news Anchor Solomon Serwanjja is finally set to leave the Naguru based station at the end of July.

Serwanjja announced this on Tuesday morning in a post made through his Twitter account.

“On 31st July 2021, I will be leaving NBS TV,” he wrote.

Over the six years that Serwanjja has been with the NBS, he has achieved a number of milestones and done impactful stories with the most famous being “Stealing from the Sick”, an investigation about the illegal sale of government prescription drugs.

In 2019, Serwanjja was named the fifth winner of the BBC Komla Dumor Award, an award that was created to honor Komla Dumor, a Ghanaian presenter for BBC World News, who died suddenly aged 41 in 2014.

The award goes annually to outstanding individuals living and working in Africa, with strong journalism skills, on-air flair, and an exceptional talent in telling African stories.

After winning the award, Serwanjja spent three months at the BBC headquarters in London, gaining skills and experience which fine-tuned him into an even better journalist.

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