The media, Amr Al-Leithi, announced the death of the Egyptian media, Amal Makkawi, who is one of the most famous media faces in the history of Egypt.
In a post on Facebook, Al-Laithi said, “I mourn with more sadness our great professor Amal Makkawi, founder of educational programs on Egyptian TV, and former president of Channel One,” praying for her mercy and forgiveness.
The Egyptian media, Amal Makkawi, passed away, and this was announced by Amr El-Leithi, through his account on the communication site, and wrote: “I mourn with more sadness our great media professor Amal Makkawi, founder of educational programs on television and former head of Channel One, and we belong to God and I am.” To Him we shall return.”@amrellissypic.twitter.com/mecGBmsofH
– Media Magazine (@themediamagazin) January 17, 2022
Amal El-Mekkawy is considered one of the most famous female media professionals in the history of Egypt, and she was distinguished by her fight against private lessons.
During her lifetime, the late media obtained a BA in law, and then a diploma at the Broadcasting Institute, and a diploma in directing, after which she began her media career in combating private lessons.
In one of the meetings, the late woman revealed the reasons for choosing this field, saying that she “chosen the most difficult ways in order to provide a service to every home in Egypt, and to help students obtain information without the need for private lessons.”
It is noteworthy that Makkawi presented during her career a number of educational programs, most notably: Pictures from the People’s Life, the TV program Wants TV, and the “Alhan Zaman” program.