Former NTV News Anchor Frank Walusimbi Officially Joins UNHCR As Communications Officer

Former NTV News Anchor Frank Walusimbi Officially Joins UNHCR As Communications Officer

By Uganda Online Media

Kampala: Former NTV news anchor Frank Walusimbi has joined United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as an associate communications officer weeks after announcing his resignation from NTV Uganda where he had served for over 15 years.

“Folks, I took on a new role as Associate Communications Officer @UNHCRuganda,” Walusimbi announced earlier today.

“For some days now, I have been fathoming out the appreciation and best wishes you sent out to me when I announced that I had ceased my duties at NTV,” Walusimbi added.

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Walusimbi was one of Uganda’s Award-winning telecasters with vast experience in narration and storytelling.

He joined NTV Uganda in 2006 when the station was launched in Uganda and anchored his first news bulletin on December 25, 2006.

Walusimbi was born on August 29, 1981, at Kilembe Mines Hospital, Kasese. He went to Busega Preparatory Primary School, Uganda Martyrs’ Secondary School, and Rubaga for his Uganda Certificate of Education, and Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education.

He studied his Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication at Uganda Christian University and also holds a master’s degree in Development Studies from Uganda Martyrs University.

In 2004, while in his final year at Uganda Christian University, Walusimbi started to contribute to the Sunday Vision Magazine as a Features Writer before he proceeded to join the Daily Monitor in 2005 as a features writer and a reporter and later joined NTV Uganda.

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