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Life & times of journalist Robin Njogu who died hours after his mum’s death

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Radio journalist Robin Njogu has died at Aga Khan Hospital where he was undergoing treatment for Covid-19, family says.

The Radio Citizen Managing Editor died on Monday, March 16, just days after his mother.

ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru paid his respects to Njogu describing him as a “consummate journalist who contributed heavily to the development of radio news in the country.”

Njogu practised journalism for over a decade.

Prior to joining Royal Media Services, he worked as a radio journalist at Nation FM and Capital FM.

He had a degree in Development Communication from the University of Nairobi and a Diploma in Mass Communication from the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication.

The media fraternity mourns the loss of Robin Njogu, a dedicated radio journalist and mentor.

Deeply gutted ! When I started as an intern at Nation , Sir Robin Njogu was my 1st ever boss .On day 1 he asked me to pull a chair next to him & learn all day . While in India he would always call and we would get lost discussing my class-work for hours. I will miss you. — Leon Lidigu (@LeonLidigu) March 16, 2021

 

 

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