Ex-Inooro Presenter Muthoni wa Mukiri has won an award as a mindset coach. The Media personality turned YouTuber quit the Kikuyu TV station and three years later, her hard work has finally paid off.
Former Inooro Tv presenter Muthoni shared a photo showing off her award and thanking her fans for nominating and voting for her.
“I get so much joy and pride seeing women transform into their best selves. Thank y’all, once again, for voting for me. Nawapenda sana,” she wrote.
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The mother of one shared a photo flaunting the recently won award, and her husband congratulated her excitedly.
“Keep soaring, keep winning. Proud of you, babe,” he posted.
Muthoni wa Mukiri in turn thanked her husband Isaac Njoroge for being supportive and never giving up on her.
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“Thank you, Baba Zen, support starts at home. You’re the most supportive man I know. Thank you for pushing me. Tuma M-Pesa na utume za kutoa,” she responded.
Ever since ditching Inooro, Muthoni Wa Mukiri has spent the last three years hosting a virtual training where she talks about healthy relationships and creating awareness about relationships, as well as encouraging women to walk out of toxic relationships.
Muthoni’s glamourous wedding
Muthoni wa Mukiri got married to Isaac Njoroge on November 20, 2021. The mom-to-one had a colourful white wedding held at a city church before proceeding to Windsor Hotel for their wedding reception.
This year, on January 19, she announced that she was expecting her first child.
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In one of her sessions, Muthoni revealed she had been in toxic relationships and was tired of going through it again. She continued by saying she prayed for a good man and wanted someone to share life with.
“I was done crying in relationships. I was done dating time wasters, and after my last toxic relationship, I told myself enough was enough,” she recalled.
How Muthoni wa Mukiri got to know her dream man
Earlier on, Muthoni Mukiri said she met Isaac at a Chama Party to which she was invited by a friend.
“We met a year ago. An ex-colleague invited me to a Chama party. They told me they have some Mbuzi and drinks, so I took my friend Shiko (Teacher Wanjiku), and we went. The party was really nice, and we were introduced to everyone,” Muthoni said.