Chemutai Goin is a highly acclaimed journalist in Kenya, renowned for her creative flair, articulate delivery, and exceptional writing skills. With a background in media, her exceptional performance has made her a standout among media personalities in Kenya.
Goin’s journalism career started as an intern at KTN, where she honed her skills and gained valuable experience. Her hard work and dedication led her to become one of Citizen TV’s leading news reporters, earning her a substantial salary of nearly Ksh. 400K every month.
Chemutai is a native of Nandi County and belongs to the Kalenjin community. Little is known about her educational background.
After completing her education, Chemutai joined KTN and quickly developed an interest in reporting. She then moved on to work as a reporter at Capital FM before joining Media Max, where she covered politics and current affairs for K24.
In 2018, Citizen TV welcomed her with open arms and she has since become an integral part of the team. Her coverage of the 2017 general elections was a testament to her ability to bring events to life with her exceptional narration skills.
Chemutai’s reporting skills came to the forefront in 2020 during the outbreak of the Corona Virus pandemic. She traveled the country to cover the events related to the disease, and her efforts did not go unnoticed. Former President Uhuru Kenyatta awarded her a state commendation on June 1, 2020, during the Madaraka Day celebrations, recognizing her contribution to raising awareness about the pandemic.
Regarding her personal life, Chemutai has kept her relationship private. She is a proud mother of a beautiful daughter and often shares her photos on social media.