Mukami Wambora Biography, Career, Father, Boyfriend and Net Worth

Mukami Wambora is a sports anchor and a reporter, on top of that the fine-looking journalist is also an Advocate of the High Courts of Kenya.

Currently, she is working with East Africa’s leading media house, Royal Media House on Citizen TV as a sports journalist.

In our society, it’s rare to find a lady dedicated to sports, but guess what? Mukami is one of those die-hard followers of sports.

To her, sports is not only a job but a passion and she has managed to beat all the odds to stick at the top of what’s happening in the sports world.

Mukami Wambora Bio

Mukami Wambora Age and Place of Birth

The gorgeous sports anchor was born in Kenya, however, details about her actual date of birth are still unknown, but will be updated soon.

Mukami Wambora Family

The beauty queen is the daughter of Martin Wambora, a popular politician serving as Embu governor.


Despite being popular she is a secretive person too and she doesn’t mix her career life with personal life. Apart from her career journey, nothing is known about her love life, in case of details our team will be on it and will be updated soon.

Mukami Wambora Education

Though much is not known about her early education level, the journalist attended her University of Liverpool in England, graduating with a Bachelors of Arts in Law.

Mukami Wambora Net Worth

Mukami is born in well-off family, but she has worked her way up to earn what she earns today. Her net worth currently is estimated to be over Ksh 5 million.


Mukami Wambora

Having pursued law she was hired as a Legal Assistant by one of the leading Kenyan Bank, Cooperative Bank of Kenya. Since sports blood was flowing through her veins, she used to juggle between sports and law.

Mokami was working as a Legal advisor from Monday to Friday, after that, she headed to Capital FM where she was a football analyst for Saturday Sports as well as a Football Sunday.

In 2016, she decided to follow one path, surprisingly she opted to follow sports, joining Bamba Sports, the first 24hours sports station. Mukami was a pioneer presenter and producer of the station alongside other three journalists.

In 2017, she secured a spot at Citizen TV, Kenya’s most-watched Television. Her career in sports took an uptrend curve when she joined Citizen TV, working alongside Mike Okinyi and Benard Ndong

In 2018, she was privileged to cover the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the same year she was entrusted with the 2018 Berlin Marathon coverage. During the coverage, she managed to have an interview with world Marathon legend Eliud Kipchoge after he clinched the world record.

Mukami also covered the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. In 2019, she headed to Austria in Europe to cover the historic 2019 INEOS Challenge where Kipchoge made history after he became the first man to run a marathon under two hours. After recording a storage time of 1:59:40.2, Mukami got a chance to interview him for the second time.

As a fan of sports, it is always a pleasure to meet and converse with some of the sports Icons in the world. Mukami has been able to meet and interview some of the football legends including, Thierry Henry, a former Arsenal star, Ronaldinho Gaucho, Rio Ferdinand, a former Manchester United Veteran, and others.