Kenya: Lulu Hassan Fears Baby Daughter Could Disrupt on Screen Chemistry With Hubby

21 January 2019

Citizen TV Swahili news anchor Lulu Hassan is worried that her new-born daughter might disrupt her on set working relationship with her husband Rashid Abdallah.

The lovely TV couple have been anchoring news together since August 2018, after Rashid left NTV to join his wife at the Royal Media Services TV station.

Since then, husband and wife, who made history in Kenya for being the first couple paired to anchor news together, have wowed many viewers with their on-set chemistry and presentation.

However, with the birth of their third child, a daughter, Lulu now feels their work place connection risks being disrupted.


"We have not had a major challenge but what our fear is that now because we have a baby, there might be a time she will not be feeling well, God forbid, and we will have to choose who will be responsible for the baby and who will be working," Lulu said.

For Lulu and Rashid working together is not anything new. The two together at Radio Salaam in Mombasa, several years ago at the start of the careers.

But that was long before the two fell in love and got married in 2007 in a colourful Islamic wedding.

Other the newest addition to their family, the TV couple also have to two boys.

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