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Victoria Rubadiri

Revered Citizen TV presenter Victoria Rubadiri is a force to reckon with.

The multitalented journalist is one of the most respected female public figures around thanks to her clean image.

She is among the many who support women empowerment.

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Well, below are things you didn’t know about Victoria, go through;

  1. Mother of one

She is the mother of a teenage daughter Neema.

Victoria Rubadiri
Victoria Rubadiri’s father and daughter Neema
  1. Gave birth when she was 18 years old.

Speaking in a previous interview on being a single mother, she said,

I had to let go of that tag of a typical single mom and letting go of that stereotype not for other people and society but just for me. Never ever did I want my daughter to grow up having that same residue of my ‘mistake ‘to be put upon her. And for her to feel that I am less than or second class citizen because I come from this home or my mother is this

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  1. She is Kenyan

The multitalented journalist was born in Kenya.

In a past interview on Hot 96 FM, she said,

‘Yes, I am Kenyan, I was born here in Nairobi, spent ten years of my life here, and then we went to the United States of America.

Explaining the origin of her name, she said,

‘Some people think my name is from Uganda, some people think it is from Rwanda but it is actually from Malawi.’

4. Born of Malawian parents

Her father reverend Kwame Rubadiri is a popular pastor at CITAM

5. Worked at NTV before joining Citizen

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6. Schooled in Kenya and the USA

‘I did part of primary in the US, high school and university,’ she said in a past interview.

Rubadiri recently narrated how she struggled to fit in given her ‘funny’ accent and name after moving to the US at the age of 10.

‘I’ve always wanted to fit in. I’ll admit it’s been a weakness of mine. I guess it stemmed from that insecure 10-year-old Kenyan girl trying to find a place in Read More…Beauty with brains! 14 things you didn’t know about Citizen TV’s Victoria Rubadiri  Beauty with brains! 14 things you didn’t know about Citizen TV’s Victoria Rubadiri  Beauty with brains! 14 things you didn’t know about Citizen TV’s Victoria Rubadiri  Beauty with brains! 14 things you didn’t know about Citizen TV’s Victoria Rubadiri