Zindzi Kibiku is not new a name in the Kenyan journalism scene, television to be specific.

A star-to-be who joined KTN News as an intern in 2015 and went on to create a name for herself; hosting a number of shows among them Youth Cafe with Brian Aseli and Morning Express with Michael Gitonga, before exiting in January 2019.

Zindzi, a graduate of communication from Daystar University, would a month later be part of the dream team that joined Citizen TV led by her boss at KTN News Joe Ageyo and Linus Kaikai from NTV.

At Citizen TV, she was thrust in familiar territory, hosting the morning show, Day Break alongside Sam Gituku and Trevor Ombija until mid-2020 when she just went missing from the screens, without any explanation from her or her employer.

Zindzi has left her fans pondering, her followers on Facebook oblivious of her whereabouts as she does not give much attention to the platform as she does to Twitter.

Zindzi Kibiku hosted the morning show on Citizen TV, Day Break alongside Sam Gituku and Trevor Ombija. PHOTO/COURTESY

It is right to say the sassy lass is far away from screens since last year, mainstream screens to be specific.

Kenyan Breaking KE has since established that the TV siren works as Africa’s Regional lead researcher at Fintech TV, a media production company based in New York City.

Once in a while, Zindzi who has over seven years of experience in media industry, turns out as a host for Form Ni Gani Kenya, an awareness campaign out to sensitize the public on the crucial role of family planning and its effects on their future.

The programmes are often streamed on their YouTube channel Form Ni Gani Kenya.

When asked where your favourite celebrity is, I hope you will not fumble, because now you know.

Here is a link to one of her shows courtesy of Form Ni Gani.

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