Amina abdi Rabar is one of the most celebrated TV anchors in Kenya. She is also a radio presenter, an actress as well as a singer. She is currently at NTV the trend show
Amina abdi Rabar biography, photos, salary, husband, age, contacts, family, tribe, son and news
AMINA ABDI BIOGRAPHY
Amina Abdi was born in 1989 in Nairobi.
Amina’s career started back when she joined Homeboyz radio school. The school had promised that any student who will emerge at the top will get a job there. And yes! She worked and got it. After a while she got a job as a presenter in Capital FM but later joined K24 with a talk show called Alfajiri. Amina is currently the host of ‘The Trend’ show.
AMINA ABDI SON
They have been blessed with a son called Hami
AMINA ABDI HUSBAND
Even though she likes to keep her marriage private, Amina is married to DJ John Rabar, CEO homeboyz radio. They are also blessed with a lovely son.
AMINA ABDI AGE
She was born in 1989 and is 28 years old as at 2018.
AMINA ABDI: How do you prepare for shows?
Generally, we plan shows weeks in advance with my team. Because of the show’s title we can even change the theme days before, depending on the week’s trending topics. I set my Fridays aside just for the show. I like being alone for about five hours as I research on every person that will be coming on. I make sure I have everything I want to even the jokes and the punchlines.
AMINA ABDI: What is the most memorable show you’ve had so far?
I haven’t done that many shows to have a memorable one. So far so good, but if I had to pick the most memorable one, my first show was very memorable because it was the start of this journey.
You left radio?
I didn’t quit radio, I just left the show that I was doing. I had done it for five years. Then I thought it was time for me to move to something else. I’m going to do a new show on a new time slot, still on Capital FM, that starts this March.
AMINA ABDI :What’s your favourite pass time?
I love to cook and spend time with my son. It sounds crazy but when you’re a mum you’re a mum. When you’re not working it becomes the best thing to do to spend time with your family. It also sort of became a thing where my friends would come to my house and I have to cook. Even if that means they’re buying the ingredients or sending me money. My favourites include anything with shrimp, cheese, pasta, and I can whip up biriyani in no time.