This is Lynn Ngugi, a Kenyan Media Personality who has created her space in the digital media with a focus on human interest stories

For the time she has been in media, Lynn has hosted political honchos and business moguls as well as celebrities, religious leaders, and the needy in society. She has also aired social justice stories.

She is known for her sense of humor and ability to engage with both her viewers and the people that she hosts for interviews.

Though many people knew Lynn while she was hosting the Tuko Show at Tuko, she has a past that is full of ups and downs and she has paid the price to be where she is today.

Lynn Ngugi’s Early Life

Lynn Ngugi is a second born in a family of four sisters. She was born in Nairobi at Pumwani Hospital but they later moved to Maragua, Murang’a County where she was raised alongside her three sisters.

In her early days, she attended Kaweru and Ndururumo Primary School. She sat for her class eight examination and performed extremely well. Unfortunately, she had to repeat to allow her mother to raise enough fees for her and her other siblings.

The following year she was lucky to join Magumu High School which is located in Kinangop, Nyandarua County. After her four years of studies at the secondary school, she scored good grades and joined the East Africa School of Media Studies for an Associate degree in Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communication.

 Lynn’s Career Life

On career, Lynn Ngugi worked in Qatar for a couple of years before joining Tuko. Recently in a YouTube interview, she narrated the ordeals that she went through while working in Qatar before repatriating back to the country for her brainchild show namely Kilimani Mum Show. The show, however, suffered a setback after she was served with a lawsuit by one of the leading media outlets in the country.

This was a huge blow to her since she had also invested her savings in a friend’s school to save it from going bankrupt but her investment did not bore any fruits.

It is then, while struggling with her monthly bills and rent that she received a call from her college friend Edwin Ochieng in the run-up to the 2017 general elections with an opportunity to cover the elections for TUKO.

She did her job extremely well and after the election, she was given multiple gigs before being hired as a video producer for the company and later got promoted to a Producer and content development. It was while working for Tuko that she rose to fame due to the nature of the human-interest stories she was airing.

Years later, she left Tuko to focus on her YouTube Channel which has so far garnered over 680 thousand subscribers.

For the time she has been in media, she has won several awards. In an interview with content creators, she attributed the accolades to her commitment to making a positive impact in society by airing human interest stories.

On family, Lynn Ngugi likes to keep her family matters a top secret, and not so many+ details about her love life or family are in the public.

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