Citizen TV’s Janet Mbugua surprises her mom as she turns 60, check what she did (photos)


Janet Mbugua Ndichu, the leading female news anchor in Kenya
is the talk of town. This gorgeous damsel is actually full of love. She is
devoted to her mom and family at large.

 Her enchanting and
thrilling wedding went down a few months ago and she is now preparing to be
join the mothers club.

The talented and fine-looking anchor decided to surprise her
exquisite mother with an alluring and glamorous birthday party which was held
at the Junction Mall (Junkie).

Here is what she had to say about the surprise birthday:

‘’Ladies and Gentlemen, the birthday girl is in the building,’
announced my sister at the table. It was a beautiful evening; a gentle breeze,
subtle lighting at the table, candles and dimly lit lamp shades that enhanced
people’s smiles and laughter. The group was an intimate one; friends, relatives
and plus ones. The girl my sister was referring to was my mother. We had
gathered to surprise her for a her sixtieth birthday, a major milestone, and my
father, the evening’s wingman, had just sent me a text message saying they were
climbing up the restaurant stairs, heading our way. The gathering of people,
called at such short notice but having turned up all the same, moved me deeply.
I smiled and began to feel giddy…you’d have thought it was my own birthday! My
mother was genuinely taken aback when the crowd shouted ‘SURPRISE!’ as she
walked in. It’s not easy to surprise her, but she literally put her hand over
her mouth and began calling out everyone she was most surprised to see, by name.
Her childhood friends, her cousin, her nieces and her sister-in-law. It was a
beautiful sight…heartwarming, really. My folks have had an intense year and it
was great to see them laugh out loud and relax for the night. As the
festivities kicked into high gear, people toasting and conversations flowing,
the noise around me drowned out and I found myself trying to imagine myself at
sixty. I watched my parents, who I’ve grown very close to. Their wisdom, love
and generosity is unsurpassed. In my eyes, they’ve always managed to make ‘the
balance’ work. Granted it hasn’t been easy, but they’ve lived long enough to
know what works and what doesn’t for them. Will it be the same for me? Will I
be surrounded by all this love? Will my children throw me a surprise party and
call all the people closest to me to join in the celebrations? Will I have
gotten to a point where I’m sure of myself, not living life with any




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