George Ndirangu gifts himself the latest Audi A4 S line for his birthday
Celebrated media personality George Ndirangu has gifted himself the latest 2022 Audi S-Line for his 33rd birthday, and he couldn’t help but share the exciting update with his social media family.
The former British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalist shared a photo where he is seen embracing his new car, followed by a video where he is seen driving while singing to a song in the background.
The 2022 Audi A4 has peppy engine performance, balanced driving dynamics, a posh cabin, and an easy-to-use infotainment system.
Its price starts at a little over $39,100 translating to Ksh 3,910,000 while the midlevel Premium Plus trim starts at $43,800 (Ksh 4.4 million), and the top-of-the-line Prestige has a manufacturer suggested retail price, MSRP of $49,400 (Ksh 4.9 million).
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The media personality announced that he will soon be sharing numerous videos inside his posh ride.
“I apologize in advance for all the incoming panoramic sunroof videos. Ok, bye-bye.”
The Audi A4 is a gift he got himself “for what’s been such a year. Super grateful, and excited for what’s ahead.”
The renowned journalist is known to make big moves on his birthdays. Last year he announced his exit from BBC, on his birthday.
In a post shared across his social media handles on August 30, the multimedia journalist stated that he was leaving BBC after a three-year stint.
Ndirangu said his exit from the international media house was to take up a new challenge but did not reveal specifics.
“One of the most fun things I ever did in life was making and breaking news at the BBC. Time for a new journey,” the post read in part.
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He expressed gratitude to the BBC and members of staff who worked with him both on and off-air.
Ndirangu joined BBC Africa in 2018 when Larry Madowo worked as a Business Editor at the media house.
Prior to joining BBC, Ndirangu worked as a presenter and a producer at CNBC Africa.
Before CNBC, he worked with Rwanda’s Tele 10 as a news anchor. When out of the newsroom, Ndirangu wore the master of ceremony hat, hosting various events including high-profile dinners and social events.
Ndirangu has conducted interviews and hosted panels globally. The holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Science scooped Rwanda’s Media Personality Award in 2017.
Ndirangu is among Kenyan journalists who have worked with the BBC. Other known journalists include Larry Madowo, Makena Njeri, and Solomon Mugera.
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