Celebrated journalist, Solomon Serwanjja is set to leave NBS Television at the end of this month after a six year stint.
“On 31st July, I will be leaving @nbstv. It has been such an honour to serve for the last 6 years. Thank you @KKariisa and the entire @nextmediaug family for the support.” Sserwanja said in a tweet, Monday morning.
The Komla Dumor award winning journalist says he will now focus on his role as the Executive Director of the African Institute of investigative journalism an Institute that teaches and promotes investigative journalism.
“I will now focus on my new role as the Executive Director @AfricanIIJ, the home of investigative journalism,” he said.
Serwanjja is a United Nations Reham al-Farra Memorial Journalism fellow 2018. He has worked as a news anchor and reporter for several television stations in East Africa including NBS TV, KTN News, NTV Uganda, UBC TV.
Serwanjja is married to Vivian Serwanjja and they have four children: Amani, Imani, Upendo and Asante.
He has won some of the most prestigious awards in journalism like the BBC Komla Dumor Award in 2019, Journalist of the Year 2017 – ACME AWARD and Post 2015 UN Award (Broadcast Category) among others.