Larry madowo is a Kenyan journalist and news anchor who specializes in technology, current affairs and entertainment. Larrys is well known for his Masters degree in Sarcasm and Unsatisfactory Responses from the University of Everybody normally trending on social media because of this
LARRY MADOWO BIOGRAPHY /LIFE HISTORY
He was born on 14 July 1987 in Siaya county(Barding village) where he grew up before moving to Nairobi
LARRY MADOWO EDUCATION
primary school -He went to Usingo and Karapul primary schools for primary education
secondary school-St Gabriel’s Seminary School in Kisumu
University – Undergraduate student at Daystar University in Nairobi, Bachelor of Arts in Communication degree
LARRY MADOWO FAMILY
Larry lost his dad in 1994 when he was 7 years old. His mother, Treazer Anyango Madowo, was a primary school teacher and a divisional Knut official who enthusiastically took part in the 1997 strike.
Treazer Anyango Madowo died in 2001 leaving Larry Madowo and his only sister and sibling Liz Madowo orphans who had to fend for themselves.
LARRY MADOWO WIFE
Larry Madowo is not married and he insists he does not have a girlfriend. Sometimes ago it was rumoured that he and NTV colleague Victoria Rubadiri were an item but they both downplayed the rumours
He is said to be earning ksh 800,000 with other several allowances while working at the daily Nation.
LARRY MADOWO AGE
He s 31 years old as at 2018
MADOWO MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
A lady by name Jenipher Mutheu posted online that if he marries Larry Madowo who earns ksh 800,000 together with her ksh15,000 salary. They will earn combined ksh 815,000.
Another lady posted online requesting larry to love her even with his kidney
LARRY MADOWO QUITS NTV
After almost four years of writing for the Daily Nation, popular host Larry finally terminated his own column.
This recent development stems from the killing of a piece for the column that was titled ‘Why it is perilous to be a journalist in Kenya’ by the paper.
On February 9, Madowo said that the paper refused to print the article which was later published by CNN.
In the opinion piece, Larry narrates how there have been increased attacks on the media freedom following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s move to shut down the three major TV stations that broadcasted National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga’s swearing-in.
LARRY MADOWO RELIGION
Madowo self identifies as a Christian, although he is quoted as saying that there is probably no God, suggesting that he holds agnostic views. He is critical of the religious in Kenya, having been quoted in the article “Atheists don’t harm anyone, let them be!”, as saying that they exhibit the affliction of the inability to hold divergent views. This had come as a response to the outrage by religious Kenyans after the group, Atheists In Kenya, attempted to register themselves as an organization.