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Who is Anne Sumbeiywo, the wife of radio personality, Nick Odhiambo?

Media personality Nick Odhiambo has been making waves since his lavish wedding in Kajiado county.

The news spread quickly on social media, with numerous celebrities and politicians sharing their congratulations.

Nick also posted a stunning photo of his wife, Anne Sumbeiywo, affectionately calling her his queen.

On Instagram, Odhiambo wrote:

“Meet my queen, Mrs. Odhiambo. Aka my baby girl.”

Details about Anne remain scarce, but Nairobi News has done an OSINT – Open source intelligence – dive to uncover more about her.

According to her social media bio, Anne is a multi-talented professional currently working with End Malaria Council as a consultant.

She specialises in program and project management, data collection and analysis, strategic communication, organizational management, human resource management, consultancy, regulatory compliance, and resource mobilization.

Ms Sumbeiywo describes herself as a resourceful and proactive leader with over 15 years of experience across various public and private sector environments.

She excels in creating and implementing initiatives that improve operational efficiency. With a strong aptitude for building and leading teams, she consistently surpasses corporate goals and expectations.

Ms Sumbeiywo has an extensive background in human resources and organizational management, showcasing her skills in managing projects from inception to completion while adhering to budgets and timelines.

She has also worked in travel companies for over seven years.

She did her master’s degree at the United States International University.

Not much about her origin and family is online.

Background: Nick Odhiambo

Nick Odiambo comes from a family with diplomatic connections and enjoyed a privileged upbringing that exposed him to various countries.

Nick initially attended Kanga High School and later transferred to Ruiru High School, where he completed his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2004.

For his higher education, Nick enrolled at Graffins College and African Virtual University.

This year marks the 18th anniversary of his debut as a radio presenter.

His radio journey began at Classic 105 in 2006.

He later joined Standard Group’s Radio Maisha before moving to Royal Media’s Hot 96 in 2021.