Janet Mbugua Biography – Wiki
Janet Mbugua – Ndichu is a Kenyan retired television personality and news anchor. As a news anchor, Mbugua is known for her professional news anchoring in KTN. She also worked for Citizen TV for several years, prior to her shocking announcement about her retirement from the media industry. At Citizen TV, Mbugua anchored Citizen prime time news, alongside Hussein Mohammed. Currently, she has a new role at Kenya Red Cross Humanitarian Society.
Janet Mbugua Age
Janet Mbugua Ndichu was born on 10 January 1984 in Mombasa, Kenya. She is 37 years of age as of 2021.
Janet Mbugua Height
Mbugua stands at a height of 7 Feet 6 Inches.
Janet Mbugua Husband
Mbugua is a married woman to her husband Edward Ndichu. Together they are parents of their son named Ethan Huru Ndichu.
Janet Mbugua Son
Mbugua and her husband Edward Ndichu have a son named Ethan Huru Ndichu born in October 2015.
Janet Mbugua Net Worth
Mbugua has an estimated net worth of $250K U.S dollars. The then television personality has accumulated her wealth from her career as a media personality.
Janet Mbugua Education
Born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya, Mbugua has a twin brother Timothy Mbugua. She attended Brookhouse High School and after which she joined USIU. She later joined the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia for her degree in Mass communication. She later joined Global Business Management at the Swiss Management Academy in Nairobi, Kenya for her MBA.
Janet Mbugua Career
Mbugua made her career debut at the age of 19 in 2004 at 98.4 Capital FM. She later joined Pan-African current affairs show, Africa 360, by e.tv in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2009 as an anchor, reporter, and producer. Mbugua landed at the peak of her career at Citizen TV as a news anchor hosting Monday Special and The Big Question.
She made her acting debut in 2014 starring in a sitcom, Rush portraying the lead role as Pendo Adama the owner and editor-in-chief of Rush Magazine.
As a writer, Mbugua released her first book, ‘My First Time’, in 2019. Its a collection of short stories from women, girls, and men on their first interaction with menstruation.