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February 12th, 2014
Julie Gichunu

Julie Gichunu

Julie Gichunu, Arimus Media CEO

Julie Gichunu, born in Kenya is a Journalist, Presenter and Founder of Arimus Media.

Gichunu has over 10 years experience in radio, print and television with Royal Media Services.

Gichunu has embarked on several business ventures and is a Director in a numbers of companies.

Gichunu business ventures include the online retail fashion outlet Mimi and production company Arimus Media.

Gichunu is a TV host with East Africa’s leading broadcaster Citizen TV.

Gichunu career in the media over the past 12 years has seen her work across the fields of broadcast, print and digital media.

Gichunu ran a lifetyle magazine called Quest.

Moving on to broadcast, Gichunu worked as a news presenter and hosted a hard hitting radio talk show at Capital FM before moving on to television where she has created and hosted various shows across a number of media houses since then.

Gichunu worked with a team at Citizen TV to conceptualize and host the news show Sunday Live with Julie Gichuru.
Gichunu news and current affairs show launched in 2008 at Citizen TV, redefining the style and delivery of news in Kenya.

The Footprints Africa Foundation has been established by Anthony and Gichuru to help empower and grow healthy, dignified and informed societies in Kenya.

Gichunu holds an LLB Law Degree from Cardiff Law School and an MBA from Cardiff Business School.

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