Janet mbugua ndichu is a Kenyan media personality, anchor and actress
JANET MBUGUA BIOGRAPHY
was born on 10th January 1984 in Mombasa county, she has a twin brother Timothy Mbugua.
As a news anchor she is known to have served in KTN in her earlier year of her career. She worked for Citizen TV for several years, before announcing her retirement from the media industry. She was a leading anchor at Citizen prime time news, alongside Hussein Mohammed. She takes a new role at Kenya Red Cross Humanitarian Society. As an actress she played the lead in television series Rush
JANET MBUGUA CV AND EDUCATION
She did her MBA in Global Business Management at the Swiss Management Academy in Nairobi, Kenya
She attended the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia for her degree in Mass communication.
Undergraduate student at USIU
High school student at Brooke House High School then after completing she joined .
In 2004, at the age of 19, Janet started off his career in 98.4 Capital FM. Janet Mbugua Ndichu, Biography, Age, Wealth, Career, Media Avenue Limited, Citizen TV News Anchor, Brother, Mother, Parents, Eddie Ndichu, Ethan Huru Ndichu
In 2009, she was hired as a news anchor, reporter and producer of Pan-African current affairs show, Africa 360, by ETV in Johannesburg, South Africa.
She is currently a news anchor in Citizen TV hosting Monday Special and The Big Question.
In 2014, she starred in a sitcom, Rush. She was cast as the lead, as Pendo Adama, the owner and editor-in-
JANET MBUGUA HUSBAND
Janet Mbugua is married to the love of her life Eddie Ndichu, after exchanging vows back in 2015 and now, they are blessed with an adorable son, Baby Huru Ndichu.
In a recent TV interview, Janet Mbugua talked about her love life by revealing how she met Eddie Ndichu and how she finally came to give in to his advances, revealing that she found him “too cute” for her back then.
The stunning public figure had this to say about her boo; “Incidentally, Eddie and I went to the same high school in Mombasa, but it was that whole thing for ‘oh, she thinks she’s all that’ and I’m like ‘he thinks he’s all that’ and he crushed my 16th birthday party. And it’s funny that I remember that.”
“So, we’ve known each other for a very long time, and our paths kept crossing and crossing, and then when he started to pursue me, I’d be like ‘No’ and he’d ask why ‘You’re are too pretty’ (giggles). I mean, at that point, I was pretty young, in my early 20s and I just pretty much said, ‘just date, your young, you look good, have fun’,”
“I think it’s surprising because growing up with brothers, I was like ‘I know better than to even attempt to pretend that this gonna work so have fun and God willing if it’s meant to be then we will reconnect’,” she added.
She then explained how they came to hook up later on; “So we reconnected much, much later, and it just felt right because I had taken a break from dating and we connected then one thing led to another. Now we’re married with a child.”
“I think what I love most about Eddie is that he’s very supportive and he pretty much takes me as I am. Coz I come in all kinds of layers.”
JANET MBUGUA FAMILY
she has a twin brother Timothy Mbugua.
Former Citizen TV News Anchor Janet Mbugua delivered her second born child, a bouncing baby boy, on Monday afternoon.
The mother of two together with her husband Eddie Ndichu shared the news by posting a picture of Janet on a hospital bed cradling the infant together with her husband.
The new addition to the family has been named Mali Mwaura Ndichu.
“Mali.Mwaura.Ndichu 1.42PM 17.09.2018 weighing in at 3.8KG. We thank God for you my son and His favour in our lives!” wrote Eddie Ndichu.
JANET MBUGUA AGE
She was born on 10th January 1984
JANET MBUGUA SALARY
Citizen TV anchor Janet, was poached by SK Macharia from a South African TV station, Channel ETV, a costly acquisition that saw Citizen TV’s management spend alot of money.
Apparently, Citizen TV paid ETV a whooping Ksh 4.5 million to terminate Janet’s contract and before she set foot in Kenya, she signed a new contract with Citizen TV for a monthly salary of Ksh 800,000.
A source at Citizen TV intimates that over the last three years, Janet’s salary has been raised to Ksh 1.1 million (including allowances), making her one of the highest paid TV anchors in Kenya.
JANET MBUGUA NET WORTH AND WEALTH
Janet is the founder and director of Media Avenue Limited, where persons are provided with services such as public speaking, moderating and Emceeing. She has also reinforced in the empowerment of young females with the Inua Dada campaign that is endorsed by the Kenya’s first lady, Margaret Kenyatta.