Waihiga Mwaura Bio, Career, Age,Wife, Parents, Education and Net Worth

Waihiga Mwaura born in 1986 is award winning Kenyan journalist with a vast of experience exceeding 10 years in the media industry. Currently, he works at  Citizen Tv, owned by Royal Media Services working as a news anchor and moderator.

His passion for the industry has made him stand out as a unique news anchor, despite studying a different course from what he does at the moment. Waihiga graduated with a computer science degree but later realized it was not his call.

Mwaura is the News man behind the popular news show, Newsnight. The show airs every Tuesday from 9pm to 10pm .

The one hour show has moderated big panels from London, US, Lagos and other parts of the world.

Waihiga Mwaura Age and Place of Birth

Waihiga Mwaura

He was born in 6th June 1986, he is 37 years old as of 2021. He was born in Nairobi Kenya.

Waihiga Mwaura Family and Wife

Waihiga has been brought up well by both parents, he has two siblings though much is not known about them. His parents are both advocates and they also wanted their kids to be lawyers too though but unfortunately they all had different mind set.

Waihiga Mwaura

Mwaura is married to a well known Kenyan gospel artist and media personality, Joyce Omondi. The two are seen as the power couple from the way they handle themselves in the public. However, the love birds have not yet welcomed any kids as of 2021.

Waihiga Mwaura Education

He attended Rusinga High School in Lanvington, Nairobi. After that he joined Africa Nazarenes University where he graduated with a degree in computer science.

Waihiga Mwaura Net Worth

His net worth is estimated to be above 1 million.  Being one of the best journalist working for the media giant he earns around 300k a month.


His parents always wanted him to be an advocate just like them. However, when he joined university he decided to venture into technology and studied computer science at Africa Nazarene university.

After that, he landed an internship with an NGO company. Despite choosing the IT course Waihiga never liked it and he didn’t even bother to look for an IT job after graduating.