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Lulu Hassan Before Fame, Her Childhood Life and Siblings

Lulu Hassan is one of the most celebrated TV journalists in Kenya who is known for her swahili prowess. 

Apart from being very successful in the media industry, Lulu Hassan has also ventured in various businesses where she has also thrived. 

In this article, Times Digital is going to look at her life before fame and success. 

Lulu Hassan before fame and childhood 

The Citizen TV swahili anchor grew up in Majengo, Mombasa county where she had 3 siblings. 

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Just like any other child, the journalist’s childhood was filled with different experiences from the streets. 

Lulu Hassan ktn, before joining citizen TV
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While revealing on her social media handles, Lulu Hassan recalled eating ‘viazi karai’, ‘mapera’ and ‘achari mabuyu’ among other street foods in Mombasa. 

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“I grew up in Majengo King’orani ( Mombasa) during a time when everyone treated each other like Family.

“We went outside to play, we got dirty and we didn’t eat fast food….we ate viazi karai, muhogo, Achari mabuyu, kunazi, vitoria, maembe, mapera…” Lulu said on her social media in the recent past.

Lulu Hassan beautiful
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Which university did Lulu Hassan go to? 

Lulu attended Aga Khan Academy for her secondary school education and later studied human resource manager and ticketing officer at Salrene Travel Operations College. 

Lulu Hassan age before fame
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Sadly, Lulu Hassan mother died back in 2007 with an illness that was not revealed to the public. 

Being first born in the family, Lulu was mandated to take care of her siblings. 

How many children does Lulu Hassan have

Lulu who has been married to her fellow journalist, Rashid Abdalla, is blessed with 3 kids, 2 sons and 1 daughter. 

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Kimanzi Alexandre

“Try to become not a man of success, but try rather to become a man of value.”

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