Meet the latest addition to the Citizen TV news desk (Photos)

She is very beautiful.

Her name is Mukami Wambora who you may have seen at Radio Africa where she was part of the Bamba Sports team, the first ever 24 Hour sports channel in Kenya or probably bumped into her in the legal department offices at the Cooperative Bank of Kenya.

She has now joined the Citizen TV Sports Desk and was officially welcomed by Bernard Ndong’ who tweeted “Introducing @MukamiWambora to the @citizentvkenya sports desk.”

Following her debut, fans have welcomed her with open arms with Mwangi Daniel tweeting “She breezed through like a regular. More reason to keep us glued during Sports news. Talented” with Ezra Kenyatta adding “Gud to have a lady in the field, it’s rare to have some.”

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