Jane Ngoiri is a Kenyan-born reporter, journalist and radio presenter. She is currently working as a Swahili journalist at the Nation Media Group.
She worked at K24 as an English news anchor, this was before she got a job at the Nation Media Group.
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|Place of birth||Nairobi|
|Profession||Reporter, journalist and radio presenter|
Jane Ngoiri biography
Her place of birth is in Nairobi and that was where she experienced her early childhood and grew up.
She was born to parents of the Taita, a Kenyan ethnic group, origin and hails from a humble background.
She had and completed her primary education at Kongoni Primary School.
She furthered her education at Pangani Girls High School where she had her secondary education. Jane studied journalism at Daystar University.
She is married to Abdillahi Hussein, a simple and chumming man. Her husband is seen as good and has his principles and great personality.
In an interview session, Jane joked that she was married to an Al-Shabaab. She made this statement referencing to his place of origin.
The couple, Jane and Abdillahi, has a son named Amir.
Rumors had it that Jane left K24 due to receiving a low salary. She replied to the rumor saying that her leaving for NTV was to grow her career in journalism and NTV was with greater opportunities.
She was born to parents of different tribes and ethnic backgrounds. Her father hails from Kikuyu, the largest ethnic group in Kenya and her mother is from Taita.
Jane Ngori has a look-alike by the name Moureen Mutu Sargiro. Although they are not blood relatives, you would mistake the two (2) for being identical twins.
Working as an English news reporter at K24 was the beginning of her career in journalism. Jane had to fill in for a colleague who was sick. This resulted in her sifting to Swahili anchoring.
In 2011, Jane waved goodbye to working in K24 and moved to NTV. At her new place of work, she worked as a Swahili news anchor.
She started to draw audience and fans’ attention by the way she anchors and her dress code.