Ugandan Journalist Nancy Kacungira Joins BBC Africa Television

Nancy Kacungira, Uganda’s born female journalist is having a bright tenure in her journey as the down to earth media personality who studied journalism at Makerere University pursuing a Bachelors degree in ARTS, Design and Visual Communications where she graduated with a first Class Honors, has joined BBC Africa television service.

Born in Uganda in 1986 and raised Tanzania with Ugandan parents, Kacungira has mentored up as a dedicated media personality whose down to passion for journalism saw her co-moderate the Uganda presidential debate and her intelligence, knowledge and experience standing in for her to execute the dream come true opportunity.

Nancy Kacungira has previously worked at the Serena based Nation Media Group enterprise, NTV UGANDA where she left for the Mombasa road based media house KTN television in Kenya. She also worked as a radio presenter for the Uganda’s Christian radio station Power FM as a presenter before scooping the first BBC world News Komla Dumor Award in 2015 thus joining the world’s international media station.

She went to the University of Leeds for her Master of Arts (M.A) , Communication and Media Studies thus graduating with a distinction. Having won the BBC komla Dumor award, Nancy has been in London in the United Kingdom where she has been working with the teams across BBC News and I am proud to inform you that our very own is now working with BBC Africa television service. We just wish her luck in her journey as professional journalist.