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“Love in The Air” 10 Kenyan Journalists Who are Married to Their Media Colleagues


It is now a trend in the Kenyan media for famous journalists have end up in relationships. Some of these journalists have shown their chemistry in the media industry hence influencing the future generation. 

In this article, Times Digital has compiled a list of Kenya journalists who have married their colleagues. 

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Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdalla 

The two are one of the most favorite power couples in the Kenyan media as they are news anchors at the same show.

How Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdalla met…. 

Rashid was overcome with emotion when he heard Lulu’s voice speaking while she was at Radio Salaam. Their relationship took off from that point and they’re now happily married. 

Evelyn Wambui and Karuri Nyaga 

Evelyn Wambui, a former Citizen TV features reporter, married her soul mate Karuri Nyaga in 2014.

The two media personalities met while working at the Royal Media Services before Karuri left the leading media station in Kenya for CCTV Africa.

James Smart and Remmy Majala

Before entering the realm of television, Remmy first joined the media industry through Homeboyz radio, where she has maintained a dependable presence

On the other side, Smart has been a KTN anchor for the Standard Group’s Mombasa Road-based station for a long time.

Remmy and James Smart have been bled with two sons in their marriage that has spanned for over 5 years. 

Sam Gituku and Ivy Waitherero

Sam was a young reporter for citizen TV when he first met Ivy. Waitherero was only an intern at the station at the time. The two hit it off right away and became a close friendship. In 2019, they got engaged and officially tied the knot.

Joyce Omondi and Waihiga Mwaura 

Waihiga Mwaura and Joyce Omondi have been happily married for over seven years now. 

They once worked at Citizen TV before Mwaura left for BBC Africa.

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