Julie Gichuru’s famous grandfather

Julie Gichuru

Journalism runs in their veins considering her grandfather was a reporter in the US in what could be the 1960’s era if the black and white photo is anything to go by. The beautiful media personality has enjoyed success in her own career and earned respect from her peers for the contribution she has done in her work.

Doing what she does best, Julie Gichuru is globetrotting carrying out presentations, interviews, hosting and moderating forums on governance, leadership, trade amongst other key issues rubbing shoulders with global movers.

Her late grandfather was based in the US where he worked as a journalist. He passed away in 1992 leaving behind a widow who also passed away in 2002. The couple had 11 children.

‘’My Babu Lawrence Kibui leaving Capitol Hill DC, then a young African reporter based in the US. We stand on the shoulders of giants. We must build a great future for the next generation.’’ She posted.

Capitol Hill houses some of the U.S. government’s most powerful edifices like the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court and the U.S. House and Senate.


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