CAJ expansion to East Africa confirmedfrom MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – PAN African’s premier news service provider, Centre for African Journalists (CAJ), has announced the launch of its East African Bureau, CAJ News Kenya.
CAJ News Kenya took off on Tuesday ahead of the official launch scheduled for Nairobi on November 27, 2015.
CAJ News Kenya, accessible via: http://www.cajnews.co.ke/, has been launched as a result of public demand coupled with corporate and appeal for inspirational coverage in East Africa’s largest economy.
CAJ News Africa Chief Executive Officer, Savious-Parker Kwinika, said the demand for CAJ News content among media houses and their international counterparts motivated the launch of CAJ News Kenya news service inspired the expansion to Kenya.
“The launch of CAJ News Kenya barely comes a week we announced the launch of CAJ News Nigeria. This shows huge appetite for CAJ News content by Kenyan media and Africa groups, including the corporate and international companies.
“At first, we were reluctant and hesitant to introduce CAJ News Kenya, but following huge demand from East Africa and Kenya, CAJ News Africa was left with no choice than to quench the local media, corporate and public with undiluted Pan African news content for this great region,” said Kwinika.
He said CAJ News Kenya would service Kenyan, East African and South African companies hoping to expand their business into Kenya and the entire East African region.
“The launch for CAJ News Kenya is actually an endorsement of the work our Kenya and East Africa journalists have been offering to the rest of the region and the country.
“I would like to thank our Kenya acting Bureau Chief Maria Macharia and her entire editorial team for the job well done. Their resilience, focus and hard work have not gone unnoticed by the corporate world, Kenyan media and the rest of East Africa,” he said.
Kwinika invited Kenyan and East African banks, ICT companies, energy companies and mining companies to make use of CAJ News Kenya since it was there to service them.
“After the corporate world had tried the rest, now it is time to try the best Pan African news service to market their products and services. Their moves to advertise or do business with CAJ News Kenya will not go in vain,” said Kwinika.
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