Trevor Ombija- Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Career.

Trevor Ombija is a Kenyan journalist who works with the Royal Media Services and he anchors evening and morning news bulletin on Citizen TV. Before moving to Citizen TV, he was working at NTV where he was an editor and a news anchor.

Trevor hosts Monday Prime Time news bulletin dubbed Monday Report together with other Journalists such as Waihiga Mwaura and Mashirima Kapombe. He is also the captain on some weekdays behind the 7:00pm news bulletin.

Trevor was enrolled for Bachelor’s degree in Journalism-related course at the University of Nairobi.

In 2018, Trevor Ombija left NTV after working there for six years of service and joined the Royal Media Services owned station, Citizen TV. Ombija thanked NTV for the opportunity given to him during his times there, cherished the relationships he made with friends.


He was born 10th September, 1988, Nyanza region.

Trevor Ombija


He is an already engaged man, however, he decided to keep his personal life away from the public and to keep his wife behind the cameras. The Young lady who happened to be his friend posted a photo posing next to him and she captioned it BAE, this brought confusion since it was not clear whether the two were having affairs or not.

Net Worth

Trevor earns not less than Kshs. 350,000 at royal media services. His net worth in 2020 is estimated to be over Kshs. 10 Million.


He had worked in different fields before joining the media industry and some of the fields and companies in which he had worked in include CCTV Africa as the Desktop manager. He worked in the global coordination organization SDV as an associate ocean send out facilitator. In 2013, he started his career in media by working with Nation FM as a news anchor. He later moved to NTV as a senior anchor, reporter an associate producer after moving from the radio. He hosted and moderated various panels where he featured various Kenyan politicians. Trevor later left NTV and joined the Royal media Services after working with the nation media group (NTV) for 5 years. Trevor rubbished the rumors, that he joined Citizen TV to replace Joey Muthengi who had left for another job, by confirming that he was not joining the station to replace anyone.