HomeTop StoriesSusan Muumbi, a Nation Media Group journalist, has died.

    Susan Muumbi, a Nation Media Group journalist, has died.

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    Susan Mueni Muumbi passed away on Tuesday, October 25th, and her passing has been deeply felt across the media industry and by NMG in particular.

    The corporation reports that Muumbi, a sub-editor, passed away at a Nairobi hospital.

    Muumbi had been a part of the national media since 2012, when she first joined the team, and she had been there for 10 years until she passed away. Sub-Editor was her job title at The East African, where she was part of the editorial team.

    Previously, Muumbi was an editor at Radio Africa Group from 2010 to 2012 before he joined the NMG.

    Previously, she held the positions of business development manager and sales and marketing manager at Electronic Card Services.

    She completed a BS in Botany and Zoology from the University of Nairobi and then moved on to Daystar University to pursue an MA in Corporate Communication.

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