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Victoria Rubadiri has become a household name as she graces our screens bringing us a variety of shows such as the daily news. The ever impeccably dressed media personality is also a mentor and events host. She has worked with various causes aimed at empowering women and girls.
Having become a mother at a young age, Victoria is an inspiration to many that single motherhood doesn’t need to hold you back. You can use it to propel yourself to great heights.
At the height of the Black Lives Movement, Victoria spoke about her experience being a Black woman in America saying that she struggled to fit in. However, when she moved back home to Kenya, she still suffered an identity crisis. But, she chose to embrace being an outsider and used it to propel her career by ‘telling a story as it is’.
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