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Popular radio presenter robbed after thugs broke into her house

Rocky start.

Patricia Kihoro and Adelle Onyango (Instagram)

2019 was off to a rocky start for Patricia Kihoro who is a radio presenter at Homeboyz Radio.

This is because thieves broke into her house while she was away on holiday and made a sweep of her electronics.

She spoke about this jarring incident on her YouTube channel.

“I wanna talk about how my year has started. It has been such a weird, weird time, I got robbed my TV was stolen, my laptop, my camera my hard drive my phone and my mafuta! Like they took my oils and I’m like Huh? My hard drive was the most painful thing because it was where I used to back up everything. Anything I have saved from 2010 till the right before I travelled they took. I’ve been working with the cops and they are currently working on it. It’s one of those things I had to make peace with because I can’t dwell on it…I have accepted everything, I was surprisingly calm on the day so I think I’m okay I think am in a good space,” she said.


About Patricia

When Patricia is not hosting her show at Homeboyz, she is a brilliant MC, YouTube personality and singer. She recently served as a TV host for a section of ‘Friday Briefing’ segment at KTN.

In a post she shared on her Instagram page in late 2018, Ms. Kihoro announced that she will be hosting a new show at the TV station every Friday during the Friday Briefing segment. She hosted the show alongside Victor Ocharo popularly known as MC Victor.


In her announcement, Patricia Kihoro narrated how she thought she was going for a 10 minutes interview at KTN but she was surprised with the new job.

“Last night, I got casually dressed, jumped on a boda-boda and headed to KTN Kenya for what I thought would be a quick, ten-minute interview. Yo! Turns out and I will be hosting a small, brand new segment every Friday on The Friday Briefing, talking about and the ongoing that’s running till January! Quite the surprise. Turns out the sheer terror I felt wasn’t visible on my face and I didn’t choke. We thank God,” wrote Kihoro.


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