Faith Muturi of Crossover 101 takes a bow after 4 years

She recently got married

SHARE
Faith Muturi
Faith Muturi Ngugi. PHOTO: NAIROBIWIRE

Televison show host Faith Muturi Ngugi has parted ways with her employer – Nation Media Group (NMG) – where she worked as a gospel show host.

The bubbly presenter surprised her fans via a social media post which revealed she was quitting her show, just a week after she announced that she was expecting her first baby.

READ: This is why Kiss FM’s Kalekye Mumo called it quits after a decade on radio

Many thought she was leaving for her maternity leave but it seems that is not the case as the announcement revealed something bigger, Tuko reports.

“Its been an amazing Journey serving with you on @ntvcrossover101 and the entire team. I bless God for you all. @Regrann from @djmokenya – Its been a journey of 4 years, of tears, pain, joy, love, laughter with @faithmuturingugi, she has been an awesome colleague, very very reliable and today is her last show…we will miss you and you will always be a part of ‪#‎CrossOver101” a Facebook post reads in part.

READ:  Edith Kimani relocates to Germany for DW gig

Muturi flaunted her bulging baby bump live on air when she appeared on last Sunday show alongside crossover DJ Mo. The ever smiling Faith Muturi who hosts Crossover 101 alongside DJ Mo walked down the aisle with her longtime boyfriend late last year (read 2015).

PHOTOS: Shaffie Weru takes badness to another level, takes selfies while pooping

READ:  Singer Bahati on dating this hot chick

Her Sunday, July 31 show was her last, ending her four-year stint with NTV.

Muturi reportedly revealed her resignation from the media house in May but hung around to oversee a seamless transition of the show to her new replacement- Grace.

She thanked the whole fraternity in her long post on social media for the chance to be at NTV. She specifically lauded her co-presenter DJ Mo, welcomed the new host and thanked her husband George Ngugi too.

READ:  KTN's Ben Kitili owes people money [Screenshots]

Her wedding was held on Thursday, December 31, at the Karen Pathfinder Club. Faith admitted that her husband had proposed to her three times before the wedding.

PHOTO: Gloria Muliro kneels for Ababu Namwamba

Faith, Tuko notes, said her three-ring engagement signified that their union was unbreakable – like a three-cord knot – or alluding to the bible, the holy trinity.

The now husband went down on one knee on three different locations on a three-day outing that spanned the Great Rift Valley and Limuru before culminating in a beautiful candle-lit dinner at the posh Nairobi’s Villa Rosa Kempinski.

Via the Star