Bonney Tunya is a co-production Editor at BBC, he looks after editorial partnerships between BBC and local partner stations. He leads a team that looks at capacity building and collaboration between BBC and African broadcasters. He has a wealth of experience moderating high-level financial and economic debates like the World Economic Forum – ‘Road to Davos’ Debates and presenting real-time African financial news, providing actionable market information, insightful and solution-seeking interviews and well-researched features across the African continent.
Prior to joining BBC, he was at CNBC Africa where he served as the business and general news anchor and with the Kenya Television Network (KTN) hosting two daily television news shows. Before KTN, Bonney was a rapporteur and content generator for the Picha Mtaani – UNDP project in addition to hosting and producing the “Wednesday Night Live” show. Together with his work at CNBC Africa, Bonney also contributes to Forbes Africa magazine.
Bonney studied Journalism at the United States International University (USIU) Kenya and is an alumnus of the Reuters News Foundation, The Global Short Film Project and the African Media Initiative.