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15 profile facts in Lynn Ngugi biography, age, husband, YouTube Tuko Talks, contacts and wealth

Profile facts in Lynn Ngugi biography, age, husband, and contacts

The gorgeous Lynn Ngugi is a seasoned Kenyan content creator, talk show host, and YouTuber with a speciality in human interest stories. She is all about impacting one life at a time in ways no other professional journalist has done before. A glimpse into Lynn Ngugi biography spares no detail around her age, marriage, career, and untimely exit from Tuko.co.ke.

Lynn Ngugi is an attention grabber for her eloquence, clarity of ideas, and irresistible sense of humour. Moreover is a rare ability to sync well with emotional storytellers. The life story of Lynn Ngugi is no doubt a blend of fate and luck at their best and worst. Nonetheless, she is lately eating life with a golden spoon having outgrown childhood struggles and middle life frustrations.

15 profile facts in Lynn Ngugi biography

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Ngugi Lynn is a hotshot content creator on YouTube and other leading social media platforms.

She started her media journey a few years ago but is already a maiden name in the headlines business. Who is Lynn Ngugi?

1. Content creator Lynn Ngugi age is about 30 years as of 2021

The youthful Lynn Ngugi is about 30 years old as of 2021 considering she was born on October 2nd, 1980s.

She recently turned a year older in a colourful birthday party graced by top Kenyan celebrities such as Njambi Koikai. An Instagram post from the material day says it all.

A year older, a year wiser, a year stronger
Thank you God for the Gift of Life
Happy Bdy to me.

Lynn Ngugi, Instagram.

For the record, Lynn Ngugi real names are Lynn Nyambura Ngugi.

2. Lynn Ngugi tribe and ethnicity are Kikuyu from Muranga County

Lyn Ngugi is from Githuya in Muranga County. On the other hand, the maternal home of Lynn Ngugi is in Kambi within Maragua in Central Kenya.

She has confirmed that her father’s home Githuya and mother’s home Maragua are only 30 minutes apart.

Lynn Ngugi was born at Pumwani Hospital in Nairobi where her parents lived before divorcing.

The fateful separation saw Lynn growing within the rusty parts of Huruma Estate in Nairobi City County with determination to become a storyteller in later years.

3. She is proud of her caring single mother Margret Ngina

Lynn Ngugi family of four sisters has nothing to smile about childhood years except for a caring mother Margret Ngina who sold a minimal stock of shoes at Gekomba for survival.

She started the hustle with 7 shoes each costing Ksh. 30 to provide for her daughters.

The fact that Lynn grew in a divided and poverty-stricken homestead tells us why early years were rough.

Lynn and her 3 sisters occupied a sub-urban single room rental house of Ksh. 1,500 within Huruma Estate.

The four sisters and a mom flocked in the small room located along a bridge dividing Huruma and Mathare in the ghetto neighbourhood.

Far memories about her wealthy father who died in 2014 are not relieving either because he was either unavailable or less supportive. Overall, she is grateful to both parents.

4. Journalist Lynn Ngugi is an inborn human interest storyteller

Lynn Ngugi is a second born daughter and the most famous from the family in that case.

She previously spoke about her father Mr Ngugi wanting the eldest sister Millicent Shiku to become a doctor.

Similarly, he wanted Lynn to excel in her exams and become a lawyer. He was wrong because Lynn hated law and from deep down wanted to become a storyteller.

5. Lynn Ngugi education and failure to join the University of Nairobi

Producer Lynn education history shows that she fought her way through primary school and high school.

She started schooling at Kaweru Primary School but moved to Nairobi in class 3. A lack of school fees saw her changing schools often.

Lynn at last completed class eight with 383 marks gaining a straight entry into Moi Girls High School.

Sadly, she lacked the money to finance her schooling given that the third born Ruth Wangui and last born Wanjiru were also school going.

As a result, Lynn Ngugi repeated at Ndururuno Primary School. She performed even better and received a letter from Kenya High Girls School.

She was disappointed again for lacking school fees. Instead of Kenya High, Lynn joined Magumu High School in South Kinangop near Kinale Town.

In 2004, she received straight As in math and sciences with a KCSE mean grade of B+ (Plus).

Then again, a lack of money, bursary, and sponsorship to join the University of Nairobi sent Lynn away from classrooms for a while.

6. Magumu High School teacher inspired Lynn into a Journalism career

Missing a chance at Moi Girls and Kenya High did not shadow the brilliant Lynn from scoring appetizing marks.

Mr Nandoha of Magumu High School spotted a journalism talent in Lynn and encouraged her to work for it.

Lynn who was good in Mathematics and Physics would start interviewing others on random topics while still in high school.

7. Lynn Ngugi biography on joining the Kenya National Theatre, KNT

Auditions by veteran theatrics performer David Aliwah welcomed Lynn into the Kenya National Theatrics.

After acting in set books for some time, Lynn realized a striking lack of fulfilment in the job.

It is then that she made up her mind to recall journalism classes. Luckily, her mother’s shoe business was profitable at the time.

8. Ngugi Lynn is an Associate Degree holder in Mass Communication

Lynn Ngugi biography shows that she returned to class for journalism lessons in 2011. She enrolled at the East Africa School of Media Studies for higher learning.

She eventually graduated in 2013 from EASMS with an Associate Degree in Mass Communication and Broadcast Journalism.

On top of that, Lynn looks forward to a Law and Psychology studies.

9. Lynn was a barrister for 6 months at Costa Coffee in Dubai, UAE

After college life came yet another crisis of searching for a job in Kenya. Within a few months of tarmacking, a friend Jackie who had travelled to Dubai invited her abroad.

She travelled and was lucky to land at Costa Coffee, where the worst yet was waiting. Working for 12 hours a day at a salary of less than Ksh. 30,000 disappointed her.

Besides, she became a project manager at Qatar Foundation Research and Development between 2013 and 2016.

Seeing that her classmate Jackie Matubia, photographer Brian Mwando, and Hassan Mugambi were prospering back in the Kenyan media space left her thinking twice.

She finally returned to Kenya after 6 months of an unhappy job in Dubai.

10. Kilimani Mums Show scandal with copyrights left Lynn depressed

On returning to Kenya from Dubai, Lynn invested all her savings in a talk show with help from a close friend Gregory Kiwo.

Days later, she suffered a huge copyright blow from a popular media house. She not only lost money but also a YouTube Channel.

Apart from losing the show within 2 episodes, Lynn failed all the 15 talents she had hired.

11. Lynn Ngugi joined Tuko.co.ke almost as an accident in 2017

A college friend called director Edwin Ochieng, who was already working with Tuko, invited Lynn to work alongside him as a news reporter.

She went on to produce interesting videos for Tuko which had started earlier in 2015.

Impressed Tuko.co.ke owners returned the favour by giving Lynn a full-time job towards the ending of 2017.

She remained a video producer and content developer until her exit in September 2021.

12. She received a breakthrough with a touching story about street women

A documentary about “How Street Women in Kenya Deal with Periods” gave Lynn a breakthrough.

Following the story also came an overnight success for Tuko News YouTube channel and website.

The “Periods” Video which has since received more than 300k views is one that she will live to remember.

While at Tuko, Lynn Ngugi met and worked with supportive team members such as Kevin Philips Momanyi.

13. Lynn Ngugi YouTube Channel has exceeded 230k subscribers

Is Lynn Ngugi still with Tuko? Speaking from Westwood Hotel, Lynn Ngugi confirmed leaving Tuko News on September 2, 2021.

In the video with about 600k views, Lynn expressed readiness to start from scratch in her new phase of life.

The sassy interviewer clarified that her exit was only because of career growth and not work-related issues as alleged.

Lynn is lately an executive producer of Lynn Ngugi Network effective September 2021.

Amassing more than 230k subscribers within two months of leaving Tuko suggests a wave of influence. 

14. Ngugi Lynn looks up to role models such as actor Sylvester Stallone

Lynn Ngugi TV podcasts have revealed that she is a student of life with a steady stream of inspiration from close family members and work colleagues.

Figureheads in her life are American marathoner David Goggins, actor Sylvester Stallone, and king of fiction Jack Bauer.

In addition, she has a long list of role models including environmentalist Wangari Maathai who readily fought for everything she believed.

The selflessness of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga also clicks well with her ambitions.

Longtime character shapers include Mr Nandoha from high school, who, unlike other teachers, was always concerned about her wellbeing.

Above all, She is a huge fan of her mentor Gregory Kiwo.

15. Lynn Ngugi husband and lookalike “daughter” on the spotlight

Photo: Lynn Ngugi family, husband, daughter, education, and career . SRC: @lynnngugi

Is Lyn Ngugi married? While speaking to Metha Wa Kagoni, Lynn revealed that she was previously in a five-year relationship that sunk afterwards.

Therefore, Lynn is not married but has confirmed being in a serious relationship that could soon blow the wedding bells.

She joked about leaving the relationship because of undisclosed relationship issues she could not stand any longer.

Elsewhere, Lynn Ngugi is yet to disclose on whether she has a child or not.

Lynn Ngugi biography on Humanitarian Awards

The award-winning Lynn has bagged multiple awards for her life-changing work as a storyteller.

Firstly, she received a “Humanitarian Award” from Cafe Ngoma in December 2020.

Secondly, Lynn scooped the “I Change Nations Community Ambassador Award” in 2021.

Lynn Ngugi Show is likely to take home even more awards even as her fan base continues to increase.

Lynn Ngugi contacts and addresses

  • Email address: lynnngugi4@gmai.com
  • Address 2: lynnngugishow@gmail.com

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Lynn Ngugi biography is a collection of her life story, passion-driven storytelling career, and life experiences. It turns out that she is both inspirational and motivating at heart with a dream of changing one life at a time.