KETURAH KING

  • ACTRESS
  • JOURNALIST
  • PRODUCER
  • CHEF
  • AMAZING WOMAN

Keturah King

Keturah King is an accomplished journalist and television host whose work as an anchor, correspondent, writer and producer have gained international notoriety. Keturah’s groundbreaking work producing the Nigeria 2015 Elections international news output caught the attention of CNN, who quickly enlisted her as the face and voice of CNN Africa and the youngest-ever on screen talent for CNN International.
As the pioneer host of CNN African Voices – which became Africa’s flagship show – Keturah’s persona and gift of storytelling helped the network’s evolution revamping the program to a more fun and engaging show with trendsetting African culture at the epicenter.
In 2018, Keturah relocated to the United States where she joined the Associated Press news platform as co-anchor.
Keturah is a global citizen and has interviewed world leaders such as President Emmanuel Macron of France (in a history defining moment at The New Afrika Shrine in front of a global audience of millions), President Mohammed Buhari of Nigeria, former President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa and former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria, amongst numerous other influential entrepreneurs across Africa.
Born in London, England and raised around the world due to her diplomatic (United Nations) upbringing, she has undergone a journey that has undeniably cultivated her talents and expanded her professional horizons. The avant-garde journalist has a solid track record and speaks English, French, Yoruba and Japanese. She is a celebrity chef, most recently appearing as a fan favourite on Gordon Ramsay’s Masterchef USA [10th anniversary special].
As a humanitarian and youth activist, she lends her voice and time to speaking engagements and initiatives supporting her numerous charitable interests and global causes.
“Each person that I interview teaches me more about myself. I take great pride and honor in sharing these experiences and stories with audiences all over the world.”
– Keturah King