Hassan Mugambi and friends at his grandmother's residence in Kibera Slums(Photo/Courtesy).
Renowned Citizen Tv journalist Hassan Mugambi took a break from his busy schedule and paid a visit to his grandmother in Kibera Slums while in the company of his friends among them his fellow journalist Rashid Abdalla. Taking to social media, Hassan posted photos bonding with his grandmother, who appeared elated by the visit.
They were seen sharing a light moment in the photos while dressed in kanzus while his grandmother, who is a Muslim, rocked a bui bui.
''At grandma’s is where love never ends… Eid Mubarak. In Kibera, '' he captioned the photos on his Instagram account. For those who don't know, the top-rated journalist was born and raised in Kibera slums and he always appreciates his roots.
He began his career at Pamoja FM, an upcoming radio station in Kibra. His big opportunity came when CGTN which was called CCTV then, started poaching journalists from some of the biggest media stations. This left big media stations with vacancies. With this in mind, Hassan applied to K24 and got a call back.
However, Hassan was very broke at the time. He had to borrow a suit from a friend in order to attend the interview.
Fortunately, Hassan landed the job after being put on probation for 3 months. He then moved to Citizen TV.
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