Stephen Letoo Bio, Age, Career, Education, Family, Wife and Net Worth

Stephen Letoo is a senior political reporter at Citizen TV, a station owned by Royal Media Services. Citizen TV is the most watched television station in Kenya and it also attracts viewers from Tanzania and Uganda. 

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Letoo has vast knowledge and experience in researching and reporting on political affairs. He has been  described as a strong personality since reporting political news is not an easy task. When things do t go as expected, a political reporter may end up colliding with the political elites, which may lead to dire consequences. 

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Stephen Letoo Age and Place of Birth.

Stephen Letoo

Stephen Letoo was born on 27 June 1991 at Kilgoris, Narok County. He is 30 years as of 2021.

Stephen Letoo Educational Background

Stephen Letoo went to Kabianga High School for his secondary education. He later joined the University of Nairobi where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. His dream of becoming a journalist finally came true when he graduated and landed his first job at Radio Africa Group. 

Stephen Letoo Career

Stephen Letoo
From Right; Stephen Letoo and his Co-journalists Chemutai Goin and Francis Gashuri posing for a photo at Kasarani Stadium during the Azimio La Umoja conference in 2021. Photo/Courtesy. 

During his early years, he developed an unmatched love for news presenters and reporters at the National Broadcaster KBC. His father who was a chief in Narok, was one of the few people who owned a television in their locality. People used to flock their home to watch news and this motivated him to work hard and be on TV one day.

While in Kabianga High School, he launched a weekly assembly news bulletin dubbed Kabianga 100. He would research on activities taking place around the school and report accordingly. This eventually helped him sharpen his skills and increased his quest to be a journalist. He also wrote news for a campus online site.

He started his formal career at Radio Africa owned Kiss 100 and Classic 105 radio stations as a news reporter. He later secured a job at Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV as a political news reporter. After working for some time, he was promoted to a senior political reporter, a position he holds until now, and does well at it.

His work is not a walk in the park as he usually faces alot of challenges. He was recently assaulted by plain-cloth officers at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) while following up on Miguna Miguna’s deportation fiasco.

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