With a wealth of experience and a commitment to delivering accurate and engaging news, Chemutai Goin has become a trusted name in journalism.
She has amassed an impressive career that spans several years with her educational background providing her with a strong foundation in journalism and communication.
With her dedication and passion for the field, Chemutai quickly rose through the ranks and found herself at the forefront of the newsroom at Citizen TV.
Beyond her professional achievements, Chemutai is also a mother, she balances her demanding career with her family responsibilities, showcasing her determination and resilience.
Throughout her career, Chemutai has covered a wide range of topics, from political events to social issues, consistently delivering thought-provoking and impactful stories.
Her reporting has earned her recognition and praise from both colleagues and viewers alike.
In this article, we delve into her life and works, exploring her journey as a journalist, her contributions to Citizen TV, and the impact she has made on the media landscape.
Chemutai’s parents are Mzee Andrea Arap Goin and Mama Hellen Goin.
Her father was a renowned farmer and agricultural extension officer who passed away on June 8, 2022, after a long battle with cancer. Her mother is a housewife.
Chemutai Goin husband
The journalist is a very private person and has not disclosed any information about her husband or any other family members.
However, she is a proud mother of two beautiful girls whom she regularly uploads pictures of on her Instagram page.
There are no publicly available records of Chemutai Goin’s marriage or husband. It is possible that she is single or that she has chosen to keep her personal life private.
She is a graduate of Kapnyeberai Girls High School and the University of Sussex, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Media Studies.
The journalist is also currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Sustainable Development from the University of Sussex.
Chemutai Goin career
Chemutai is currently working as a bilingual (English and Swahili) news reporter for Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV.
Chemutai began her career as an intern at Kenya Television Network (KTN) in 2012. She then joined Capital FM as a reporter in 2013.
In 2014, she moved to Media Max, where she worked as a political reporter at K24 TV. In 2016, she joined Citizen TV as a reporter.
She has covered a wide range of stories during her career, including the 2013 general election, the 2017 general election, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chemutai has also interviewed a number of high-profile figures, including President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Chemutai Goin Salary at Citizen TV?
According to TUKO, Chemutai is one of the highest-paid reporters in Kenya, earning approximately Kshs 390,000 per month.