Victoria Rubadiri Citizen TV
Victoria Rubadiri's popularity grew after she started working for Capital FM as a Business Journalist and a news Presenter in 2012.

Victoria Rubadiri Victoria outlived teenage rejection after moving to the States, got pregnant at a very young age but still made it big in her life and career.

Victoria Rubadiri was born in Kenya on January 28, 1987, which puts her age at 34. When she was only 10 years, Victoria’s family moved to the USA in search of better opportunities and life. The young girl who would become at TV star was educated in the US and started her job there 2010 when she moved back to Kenya.

During one of her interviews, Victoria shared some facts about her nationality. Victoria Rubadiri mother is a mix of Maasai and Kalenjin. Her grandfather was half Kalenjin and half Scottish and grandmother was a mix of Kikuyu, Maasai, and Seychelloise. Victoria Rubadiri’s father, the famous poet, is a Malawian.

Educational background

Victoria Rubadiri is a very educated woman. From 1999 till 2003, she was a student at Atlantic City High School. After graduation Victoria enrolled at Temple University as an undergraduate student. In 2009, she graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.

Career history

Victoria Rubadiri job history began during her university years. In 2007, she started working as an intern and assignment desk editor at WMGM-NBC 40 TV.

She used to write texts for the evening news programs and was a field news reporter. In 2008 Victoria started working as a personal assistant of Angela Crockett, founder and CEO of Angela Crockett Enterprise Inc. She would write proposals, press releases and official letters. However, television business was still more attractive to her, and Victoria started working as a pioneer News Presenter at the Capital TV channel.

Her popularity grew after she started working for Capital FM as a Business Journalist and a news Presenter in 2012. Later, Victoria managed to start her own show, called Victoria’s Lounge, where she was a producer and a presenter.

She then joined NTV in December 2012 as news reporter and branched into anchoring, where she quickly established a name on the screen. In April 2018, she joined Citizen TV as part of a galaxy of presenters assembled by Citizen TV to counter growing competition. Her star has continued to shine and her low-profile appeal appears to open big doors for her.

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