Inooro TV has finally unveiled a new female anchor.
This after a week of huge speculation as fans waited for the famous vernacular station to unveil her identity.
However,inooro TV has finally revealed the identity of the lady who has left men salivating for her beauty.
However,the news were first shared by ken wakuraya who seemed more happy for finally getting a companion in anchoring.
Ken shared the welcomed the journalist identified as Njambi wa njau on his Facebook page.
"Waoooh,she's here,join us on our next bulletin and her name is Njambi wa Njau,"he posted on his Facebook page.
Njambi WA njau has replaced muthoni wa Mukiri who who quit the station so that she can focus on her entrepreneurial journey.
some fans were dissapointed since they expected muthoni wa Mukiri or Joyce to be back to the royal media owned station.
However,inooro fans have welcomed Njambi wa Njau saying that they expect alot from her.
Here are some of the reactions from the fans.
Have a look at her beautiful photos
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