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Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in. play Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in. (Courtesy)

Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in.

Some of the topics she mentioned will be featured in her channel include Women and kids, Building a society of strong, Confident humans, Motherhood and First time mummy challenges among others.

Momanyi is the Senior Manager M-PESA: Digital Financial Services Evolution at Safaricom Limited.

play Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in. (Courtesy)

 

She has revealed she is passionate in engaging guys, interacting and discussing different topics of interest affecting different things in our society.

The mother of one disclosed that she opened a Facebook page in 2008 and over time it has become active. She then got propelled her to open a YouTube channel.

Well it seems she is following her in-law Janet’s footsteps as she had stated she is looking up to her. Momanyi’s birthday message to Janet read:

play Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in. (Courtesy)

 

 “A very Happy Birthday to my sister, my friend, and a woman I greatly admire and look up to!! May God bless you @officialjanetmbugua and wishing you many more with blessings galore!!! Love you sana ???! See you later!! “

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Despite having a high ranking job in Safaricom, she started small just like many other people. Momanyi started as a cyber-attendant where she went home with 70 Shillings, 30 bob for lunch and 40 bob for transport.

play Janet Mbugua’s sister in-law Evaline Momanyi has revealed she will be opening a YouTube channel to talk about the topics she is interested in. (Courtesy)
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