Years after she was fired by Mediamax while five months pregnant with twins, Veteran Swahili TV anchor Anne Ngugi has made a comeback in the industry.
The former K24 news anchor has landed a new job at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
Announcing to the world through social media, Anne seemed very excited about her new role at BBC Swahili (Nairobi Bureau) as the host of the Dira Ya Dunia programme.
“Started New job at BBC Swahili” shared Anne Ngugi.
In past interviews, the celebrated news anchored revealed that she never expected to be shown the door by Mediamax.
“I was sacked by Mediamax when I was five months pregnant with twins. I never imagined losing a job like that. I always thought that I was in control, but it happened. I have moved on from that. It was a learning experience,” she said.
About a year ago, the mother of four amazed many Kenyans when she did a collabo with her daughter; the song Typu Yako Mungu Hakuna.
She is not a singer but she did it to support her child. The song talks about how God has been good to them.
Before Joining BBC, she was working with Christian TV station, MBCI TV.