Jeff Kuria is a media personality, radio presenter at Inooro Fm and Inooro TV presenter and was born in 1986. He is an entrepreneur and also owns an entertainment company, Hafla entertainment, that offers event management, MC, DJ services, audio and visual services.
Jeff Kuria is now a co-hosts Inooro FM breakfast show, Hagaria. His journey to radio started at the Kenya National Theatre in 2005 and River Road where the voice-overs for gospel artists done there. Most people that he interacted with said he had a voice for radio but he didn’t know anyone that could help him get there.
However he knew one late popular gospel artist Joseph Waweru ‘Wamagegania’ who in turn knew the then head of Inooro, Zulu Thiongo and he promised to connect him with Inooro’s head. Jeff waited, recorded so many demos but nothing was forthcoming. Kuria finally came to meet Zulu later and again nothing added up.
He continued to look for other opportunities elsewhere. When nothing seemed to work for him locally, he left for Tanzania where he worked as a voice-artist for East Africa Television. Coming back to Kenya, he worked for Radio Salaam in Mombasa and many others. In 2007, he received a call from Zulu telling him to report for auditions at the station and he was successful hired as a voice-over artist. Kuria was voicing commercials, reading news, classifieds among others and he also voiced for Radio Citizen. Jeff was chosen to present news during the after midnight show, when Inooro began a 24-hour broadcast.
He now hosts the station’s breakfast show, Hagaria, with Wambui Wa Muturi.
Jeff Kuria was born in 1986.
Jeff Kuria is a single man.
In completion of secondary education, his parents wanted him to become a lawyer though he wanted to be a journalist. Jeff Kuria went to stay with a relative in Kangemi Estate so that he could be near Nairobi’s CBD. He started visiting the Kenya National Theater and landed acting roles in plays after making connections. He pursued a Diploma in mass communications, film studies though he continued to act at the Kenya National Theater.
In 2007, he was asked to take his portfolio to Royal Media Services and got a job to do classified advertisements for Inooro FM and Radio Citizen FM. Kuria was later promoted to be a news anchor and later was given a midnight show.
His net worth is currently under review and this information will be updated as soon as it is available.