Janet Mbugua is set to make a grand return to Citizen TV with the second season of “The Rewrite Her Story” show. produced in collaboration with her charity, Inua Dada, and Plan International.
According to a Citizen TV commercial, the TV show, which aims to highlight gender equality and children’s issues, will air every Sunday at 6:00 p.m.
“This is Rewriting Her Story season two. We will be coming to you from different regions in the country, Homabay, Tana River, Kwale, and more. Pushing for gender equality, insisting on child protection so that our children are able to grow in a safe and conducive environment.
“Allowing them to tell their stories without having to rewrite them. Join me every Sunday on Citizen Tv at 6 pm,” she stated.
The media personality also got an opportunity to gift her book, My First Time, to First Lady Margaret Kenyatta at State House.
“I also presented The First Lady with a Leso as part of our Tandika Leso conversation platform at Inua Dada, which engages communities on social justice issues, providing them with the tools for agency on important issues such as financial literacy, psychosocial support and access to SRH information. We begin financial literacy training at our Inua Dada Centre in a week and are so excited to share more soon!
“The book and Leso will be part of the Statehouse Resource Centre alongside other books and materials concerning a wide array of subject matters,” she said.
In 2017, Mbugua resigned as a news anchor at Citizen TV to focus her efforts on her foundation, which she has used to promote gender equality and female mentorship.