It seems former newscaster Janet Mbugua missed being on air so much that she decided to come back. The mother of one, who was anchoring news with Hussein Mohammed, revealed that she was leaving the station to pursue other interests on Monday, April 10.
She extended her gratitude to Royal Media Services (RMS) Chairman S.K Macharia, Farida Karoney, Wachira Waruru and her colleagues for the help that they accorded her.
We later learnt that Janet was heading to the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) where she had received a job offer as the head of communication and advocacy.
Other sources, however, said that Janet had resigned from her job to focus on raising her son Ethan Huru Ndichu.
Since then, little has been heard about her until a few hours ago when Janet let it slip that she will be returning to our television screens, but not on Citizen TV.
She has joined the ‘Mums Village’ show as a host and if her post on Instagram is anything to go by, then she is very excited to be back on TV.
The first episode of the show, which is filmed at Whatsgood Studios, streamed live across the show’s social media platforms on May 13th.
It featured the likes of Capital FM presenter Amina Abdi, Janet Mbugua – who were guests while a lass identified as Julie and Mums Village CEO Isis Nyong’o were the hosts.
This time around Janet will be coming back as a co-host and some sources say that it will air on one of the local television stations.
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