Zubeida Koome Biography, Career, Husband, Education and Net Worth
Zubeida Koome is a Kenyan media personality working with one of the best media houses in Kenya, Standard Media Group on KTN as a Swahili news anchor. Apart from her magnificent beauty, her euphonious voice cannot let you leave the screen even for a moment every time she is delivering the 7 Pm news.
Speaking of expertise in the media industry the stylish news anchor has a wealth of experience exceeding a decade, having joined the industry in 2007. Surprisingly she has never worked for another media house since she began her career. She has stuck with the media house for 15 years now after joining as an intern in 2007.
Zubeida Koome Age and Place of Birth
The talented news anchor was born and raised in Meru County, despite being a public figure she has maintained a low profile on her personal life and nothing is known about her actual age.
She moved to Nairobi in 2002 and her Nairobi journey is an interesting one. Before leaving Meru she had heard rumors that Nairobi being raped and robbed was common. So when she arrived in Nairobi she was picked by a friend and she spent her first days in Nairobi in a hostel room in Ngala, the only place she knew in town was Afya Center and Kenya Archives.
Zubeida Koome Education
Koome attended the Kenya School of Professional Studies (KSPS) in Parklands. After that, she enrolled at Shang’ Tao Media Arts College before joining the African Nazarene University pursuing Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies.
Zubeida Koome Husband and Kids
The gorgeous news anchor is married to Kevin Koome, the two officiated their union in 2009. The two love birds have two kids a girl and a boy. Her firstborn is 10 years old as her last born is not known but he was born on Valentine’s day.
Zubeida Koome Net Worth
Her net worth is not yet in the public domain but the information will be updated as soon as possible.
The good-looking media personality fell in love with journalism when she was still in primary school. At that early age, she joined the journalism club in her school a move that helped her boost her confidence.
When she proceeded to high school the passion for journalism was still with her as she was made the chairperson of the journalism club. She has always garnered stories from different magazines and presented them in the assembly.
After she completed her journalism course she was hired by KTN as an intern. While working at the station, she was showing a lot of improvements and she added hard work on top of determination.
After completing her three months internship KTN didn’t want to let her efforts off the hook. As a result, she was awarded a one-year contract to continue with her services at the media house.
In 2009, she earned a permanent position with the Media house and in the process, she was promoted to the next stage. Three years after being hired permanently she was tasked as KTN Leo producer and anchor for Swahili news. Ali Manzu is one of her colleagues in the Swahili sector.